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The most patriotic US Automobile in history is a 2011 Camero just in time for memorial day.  Can you believe the detail?  Amazing and patriotic.  Now that's a combination that can't be beat.  May the eternal Bless the USA and every Veteran and Active Duty Military Member.   This Chevrolet Camero is a tribute of thanks.

May the eternal continue to bless American and all the great men and women of the United States Armed Forces.  God-Bless.

Have a great week folks and please check back to the InfoJustice Journal where for no charge, this soul and associates will always try to bring you entertainment, political satire, the true situations in the news if a wrong goes unredressed, a historical review for future generations and education the old fashioned American WayHave a great week and G-d bless.little guy

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