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Car Culture, Jet Packs And The Music Of Vince Gill And Paul Franklin

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Car Culture, Jet Packs And The Music Of Vince Gill And Paul Franklin

Car Culture, Jet Packs And The Music Of Vince Gill And Paul Franklin

Classic cars of all makes and models drive the 16-mile stretch along Woodward Avenue during the annual Dream Cruise in 2009 in Ferndale, Mich. During the annual event, the glory days of car culture return, if only for a day. Jerry S. Mendoza/AP hide caption

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Classic cars of all makes and models drive the 16-mile stretch along Woodward Avenue during the annual Dream Cruise in 2009 in Ferndale, Mich. During the annual event, the glory days of car culture return, if only for a day.

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Car Culture, Jet Packs And The Music Of Vince Gill And Paul Franklin

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, we take a look at the millennial generation's ambivalence towards cars. We also look at the very real possibility of owning a jet pack, and a listen to Vince Gill's and Paul Franklin's love letter to classic country.

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