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Saratoga Automobile Museum celebrates history of car scents

A car air freshener called “Avenue of the Pines” will be developed for a Saratoga Automobile Museum exhibit.
A car air freshener called “Avenue of the Pines” will be developed for a Saratoga Automobile Museum exhibit.
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You won’t have to travel to Saratoga Springs to get a whiff of the Avenue of the Pines anymore. The company that has manufactured the bright green Little Trees car fresheners that have dangled from cars’ rearview mirrors since 1952 is about to create a new scent for your car called “Avenue of the Pines.” The Saratoga Automobile Museum in Saratoga Spa State Park will open a special exhibit this spring focusing on the Car-Freshner ...


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annarondac
March 2, 2009
2:41 p.m.

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I remember always seeing those tree scents in every car when I was a kid. They dangled from the rear view mirror and knobs on the radio. The most poignant memory was when I first learned to drive and I remember looking down at all the dials and I was on the LEFT Side of the little tree! Amazing how small thinks make such big memories. Thanks!

annarondac
March 2, 2009
2:42 p.m.

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thinks = things (but I guess everyone got that one)

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