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Wicked Chopped and Dropped 1930 Model A Tudor Sedan

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"When you grow up peering out of the windows from the back seat of a big Lincoln while your dad pilots the streets of New York, you tend to see the world in a whole different light. For Dean Lombardo of Monterey, Massachusetts, the Lincoln’s view gave him a perfect platform to study the latest and greatest creations from Detroit with every mile the family drove. Trips to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway became legendary with the heavy scent of race fuel and exhaust and sounds of fine-tuned V-8s leaving him with a lifelong impression."

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