No break for ‘stately, plump black Packard’

“North Carolina’s Governor Robert Gregg Cherry had automobile trouble. His stately, plump black Packard was one of the first cars to be examined under the state’s new compulsory-inspection law. It flunked. Faulty lights.”

— From Time magazine, Jan. 26, 1948

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