Smithsonian's hidden car cache
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Smithsonian's hidden car cache

Come inside a secret Smithsonian storage warehouse - you might call it America's National Garage - as two rare vehicles are prepared for display at the National Museum of American History. Featured are a 1948 Tucker and a 1929 Miller race car. (The Associated Press)

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