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The Cooks dealership building looks identical to the C-P one where I worked in North Dakota in 1964!
That's really cool!
A large part of my family and friends used to buy cars here up until the mid 80s.
A friend of mine bought the dealership around 2000 and used it as his auto service center and it's still going strong today.
Jeans Trousers Smile Sky Motor vehicle

Car Wheel Tire Automotive parking light Sky

Brads service.
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Very nice pix! Thanks for posting.

I see several vehicles like the ones my friends and family had over the years.

The Coronet to the right of the first picture is very close to my first car. I had those dog-dish hubcaps. Although mine was a '66 and I believe I can tell by the absence of a horizontal divider in the grille that the one pictured is a '67.
 

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Very nice pix! Thanks for posting.

I see several vehicles like the ones my friends and family had over the years.

The Coronet to the right of the first picture is very close to my first car. I had those dog-dish hubcaps. Although mine was a '66 and I believe I can tell by the absence of a horizontal divider in the grille that the one pictured is a '67.
My words exactly, my pfp was my grandfathers first car and is almost identical as well.
 
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