Anna and Doug Lash of Monroe, Conn., look at a 1957 Ford Thunderbird D-Code Convertible at the Newport Car Museum in Portsmouth, R.I. (
Anna and Doug Lash of Monroe, Conn., look at a 1957 Ford Thunderbird D-Code Convertible at the Newport Car Museum in Portsmouth, R.I. ( Michelle R. Smith AP
Anna and Doug Lash of Monroe, Conn., look at a 1957 Ford Thunderbird D-Code Convertible at the Newport Car Museum in Portsmouth, R.I. ( Michelle R. Smith AP

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