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Chevy Tows Gigantic Texas Flag With Truck, Also Sets World Record With Other Flag

What do you do when you’ve got a lot of state pride and a lot of race track? You drive around that race track waving the glory of the red, white and blue—the Lone Star one, of course. Everything is bigger in Texas, y’all. Read more....
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