Curbside Classic Outtake: Suddenly It's 1990
August 25th, 2010 9:57 PM Share
In case you’ve ever wondered why CC got started in Eugene, this may help: a typical; street scene not far from where I live. And just for fun, let’s step across the street and turn the camera 180 degrees and see what that captures:
Here’s a zoom in to help you id those cars in the background (can you make out that blue one?) Two of the cars in these shots have been a CC or CCO.
Published August 25th, 2010 1:15 PM
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