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The Dream of the ’70s Is Alive… In Minnesota

The Wikipedia page for Wells, Minnesota, tells us it’s the birthplace of Secret Service agent Larry Buendorf, best known for collaring Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme before the unhinged former Manson Family member could get the sights of her Colt 1911 on President Gerald Ford. What the page doesn’t tell you is that the ’70s are back, baby, but […] The post The Dream of the ’70s Is Alive… In Minnesota appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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