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Schenectady race car driver Ed Sollohub, left, and George Wedekind of Wedekind Motors look over the Nash Rambler that was knocked out of the Mexican Pan-American Stock Car Race in May 1950. Sollohub bought the Rambler at Wedekind, then a local Nash dealer, and entered the 2,178-mile race.
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