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A car playground for grown-ups at the L.A. Auto Show
A car playground for grown-ups at the L.A. Auto Show

Southern California's love affair with the automobile continues unabated — at least at the Los Angeles Auto Show, where thousands of car fanatics, shoppers and families are descending on the downtown L.A. Convention Center. After days of media previews, dozens of photo ops and scores of curious critics, the public has been getting its chance to kick the tires, assess the added comforts, and check out the fuel economy claims. The show runs through Sunday. Now in its 106th year, the show is an auto playground for grown-ups. By this weekend, about 900,000 people are expected to have attended, said Brendan Flynn, senior director of marketing and communications for the event. Repeat...

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