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The $5,000 Challenge, patina-rich edition

The problem with owning a perfectly restored classic car is this: using it as a regular driver is bound to induce a certain amount of paranoia. After spending more on a paint job than you did on your first few cars (combined, perhaps), are you really going to drive that classic to the local home […]
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