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Carspotting: Los Angeles, 1960s

Posted August 24, 2021 5:00 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: carspotting Los Angeles

Date: circa 1960s

Location: Los Angeles, California

Source: Don Lewis

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08/25/2021 2:16 PM

At least 3 VW bugs.

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08/25/2021 7:54 PM

Fidel on his way to his vacation at Disneyland.

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