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PHOTO GALLERY: 20 stories about 20 vehicles

Autofile Logo By Joe Duarte of Autofile | Slide 1 of 21: Arthur Miller’s play Death of a Salesman uses the difference in car models to further the notion of protagonist Willy Loman’s living life in the past and present. Willy mentions to his wife Linda how on the day’s trip he drove in the country, “opened the windshield and just let the warm air bather over” him. When Linda suggests they take a weekend trip to recreate the feeling, Willy says modern cars like their current 1940-era Studebaker don’t have those windshields, and that he must have been remembering his 1928 Chevy — probably the last time in his life he was truly happy. (Credit: Wikipedia/Lglswe)

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