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July 19, 1989 | JAMES F. PELTZ, Times Staff Writer
When people describe Southern California as the car capital of the world, they mean not only the sheer number of cars, but also the variety. Ubiquitous Chevrolets and Hondas share the roadway with less common Triumphs from Britain, Porsches from West Germany and Alfa Romeos from Italy. Yet common or rare, they all eventually need new parts--the average new car has 15,000 of them.
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July 19, 1989 | JAMES F. PELTZ, Times Staff Writer
When people describe Southern California as the car capital of the world, they mean not only the sheer number of cars, but also the variety. Ubiquitous Chevrolets and Hondas share the roadway with less common Triumphs from Britain, Porsches from West Germany and Alfa Romeos from Italy. Yet common or rare, they all eventually need new parts--the average new car has 15,000 of them.
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July 18, 1989 | JAMES F. PELTZ, Times Staff Writer
When people describe Southern California as the car capital of the world, they mean not only the sheer number of cars, but also the variety. Ubiquitous Chevrolets and Hondas share the roadway with less common Triumphs from Britain, Porsches from West Germany and Alfa Romeos from Italy. Yet common or rare, they all eventually need new parts--the average new car has 15,000 of them.
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July 20, 1989 | JAMES F. PELTZ, Times Staff Writer
When people describe Southern California as the car capital of the world, they mean not only the sheer number of cars, but also the variety. Ubiquitous Chevrolets and Hondas share the roadway with less common Triumphs from Britain, Porsches from West Germany and Alfa Romeos from Italy. Yet common or rare, they all eventually need new parts--the average new car has 15,000 of them.
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