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Carspotting: Akron, Ohio, 1988

Posted April 20, 2022 5:00 AM by dstrohl
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Dates: May 1988 (above), July 1988 (below)

Location: Akron, Ohio

Source: Lew Stamp, via Summit Memory

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Re: Carspotting: Akron, Ohio, 1988

04/20/2022 4:36 PM

A mint condition 1982 Chevrolet Cavalier sedan. Oh, what would I give to have one of those today ??

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Re: Carspotting: Akron, Ohio, 1988

04/22/2022 9:22 PM

Answer: Not very much.

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Re: Carspotting: Akron, Ohio, 1988

04/21/2022 6:45 AM

A whole lot of cars each soon to be a foot high and stacked on a flatbed.

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