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Stainless Steel Cars MP3

It's a story that, for many, is only a footnote in history. But the story of these unique vehicles may surprise you. Join Ben and Scott as they delve into the tale of Henry Ford, Allegheny Ludlum and their iconic, stainless steel cars. Source: howstuffworks.com

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