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This Kid Asked Each Car Company To Send Him A Decal
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What To Know About The 2019 Toyota Supra
When the Toyota Supra died, it died quietly—banished to its home market of Japan in 2002, left to rot by a parent company more interested in building 4Runners than waning sports cars. But the legend lived on.