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With 2022 steadily drawing to a close, it’s once again time to dream about the adventures the upcoming year will bring. It may be winter, but in many places, the next fishing season is almost underway. With it, it brings new promise of exciting fish to reel in.

As is, by now, a yearly tradition, we’ll present you with our choice of the twelve best US fishing cities for 2023. On the list, you’ll find all kinds of destinations, ranging from inshore fishing havens to world-class deep sea starting spots, and everything in-between.

So if you’re searching for some inspiration for your next angling getaway, you’ll hopefully find it among the places we’ve picked. You can also check out our selections for 2021 and 2022. But for our latest lineup of cities to visit, scroll down!

San Diego, CA

“America’s Finest City” is a repeat entry from our previous year’s article. However, considering just how amazing fishing in San Diego is, the choice to include it for the second year in a row was easy to make.

San Diego’s angling magic begins in its bay. You can fish it from one of the city’s piers or aboard a boat. Either way, you’ll get a shot at reeling in Calico and Sand Bass, California Halibut, and Shortfin Corvina, to name a few.

This being said, there’s even more amazing fish in store for you in SoCal’s offshore waters. With access to Catalina, San Clemente, as well as Coronado Islands, you’ll get the opportunity to navigate some of the best deep sea fishing grounds on the planet. Make your trip anytime between spring and fall and you’ll get to catch Yellowtail, Sheephead, White Seabass, Yellowfin and Bluefin Tuna, and so much more.

But let’s not forget all the other activities San Diego has to offer. Choose between relaxing on the city’s pristine beaches or walking the scenic Balboa Park. Head to one of the largest zoos in America or the Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum. Discover these, and many other attractions, in beautiful San Diego.

Galveston, TX

Situated on a barrier island overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, Galveston serves as the beating heart of the Texas saltwater fishing scene. Whether you’re new to its waters or a seasoned angler looking for fresh experiences, it’s a destination you can never go wrong visiting.

A view of the city of Galveston and the beaches along the Gulf Coast.

The fishing grounds surrounding Galveston are a year-round treasure trove of fish. Like with all truly world-class destinations, there’s great fishing both close to shore and in the deep seas. Start inshore and you’ll get to explore Galveston Bay and its famous jetties that house Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Black Drum, among others.

Alternatively, hit the distant offshore oil rigs to catch Tuna, Amberjack, Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel, and a range of other gamefish. Visit during summer, and you’ll even get the opportunity to reel in your share of delicious Red Snapper! They, along with numerous other food fish, will be hiding along Galveston’s reefs and wrecks.

While you’re in Galveston, make sure you visit one of its many historical attractions. Take a tour of the city’s Victorian mansions, explore one of its museums, or head to the Moody Gardens aquarium. At the end of the day, catch a breathtaking sunset at the Pleasure Pier.

Panama City, FL

For our following entry, we’re once again on the Gulf Coast, to pay homage to the sunny Panama City. It’s home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the Gulf Coast, as well as some of its hottest fishing.

A photo of one of the beaches near Panama City Beach in Florida, with clear waters and buildings visible in the background.

To get a taste of just how good the fishing is in this part of Florida, you don’t have to venture too far. There’s excellent fishing both in Panama Bay and along the coast of Panama City Beach. Some of the species you’ll see in these waters include Redfish, Flounder, Sheepshead, Black Drum, and Spanish Mackerel.

Of course, the action only gets better the further from shore you go. Bottom fish the reefs for Snapper, Grouper, Triggerfish, and Amberjack, or troll for pelagics such as Mahi Mahi and King Mackerel. Go far enough and you’ll even get to hook into the likes of Blue Marlin, Tuna, and Wahoo, giving you the chance to experience a once-in-a-lifetime battle.

When you’ve fished your heart out, it’ll be time to enjoy the rest of Panama City. Catch some rays on the beach and relish in the clear, azure waters of St. Andrews State Park. Or, head across to Shell Island for a glimpse of the local wildlife and majestic scenery. Wherever you turn, it’ll be a feast for your eyes.

Miami, FL

Next, we’ll stay in Florida but move southeast to name another best fishing city on our list – “the 305.” For anglers visiting the state with dreams of catching some pelagics, it’s Miami that you want as your starting spot.

An aerial view of one of the finest fishing cities in the US, Miami, with intensely blue waters in the forefront and buildings in the background.

The reason why Miami, along with the rest of Florida’s east coast, is lauded for its big game fishing is the city’s relative proximity to the Gulf Stream. Out here, you don’t need to spend hours riding to the deep sea fishing grounds. As soon as you’re about 10 miles offshore, you’ll get the opportunity to battle Sailfish, Wahoo, Marlin, Mahi Mahi, and Tuna. A bit further out, around the 18-mile mark, the seafloor turns into a series of valleys that get as deep as 2,000 feet. What can you catch there, you wonder? Swordfish!

As the city of neverending parties, stunning beaches, and year-round warm weather, Miami has plenty of attractions besides fishing. However, if you’re itching for something really unique, some charter captains offer trips to Bimini in the Bahamas. Its white sand beaches, see-through waters, and epic angling are only 50 miles away from Miami.

Charleston, SC

Whoever it was that decided Charleston is going to be where it’s positioned today must’ve been an angler. The city sits at the confluence of three different rivers. It’s surrounded by tidal creeks and salt marshes, all eventually leading to the Atlantic Ocean. If there ever was a city that’s tailor-made for fishing, we’d say Charleston comes pretty close.

A sunset shot of a lit up bridge in Charleston, South Carolina, with the city skyline in the background.

Charleston is part of what’s known as the South Carolina Lowcountry. This region’s waters are famous for the abundance of Red Drum, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and other inshore superstars. And with the Gulf Stream flowing 50 miles offshore, the deep sea action is no less impressive. In summer, it’s where you’ll catch Billfish, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, and Yellowfin Tuna, while Bluefins will make their appearance in winter.

The city also features a charming French Quarter and streets paved with cobblestone. There’s also the Charleston Museum filled with various Civil War-era artifacts, as well as a dinosaur skeleton. For fans of architecture, there’s the Gothic-style Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, dating from 1821. All in all, Charleston is a charming city with off-the-charts fishing.

Boston, MA

As the setting for some of the most important events in the American past, Boston is an iconic destination. It’s a city with history and culture at every corner. And with its famous harbor and access to the Atlantic, you’ll quickly discover Boston also boasts tremendous fishing.

An aerial photo of the city of Boston and numerous boats positioned close to its shores.

In the city, urban anglers can explore spots along the Charles River, Castle Island, or even Jamaica Pond, which has Trout. But if you hop on one of the charter boats, your target list will only expand even more. The Boston Harbor features a healthy mix of Flounder, Cod, Striped Bass, and Bluefish. The waters off the city’s coasts also hold Haddock and Pollock, while going offshore during summer will put you up against Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna, and Atlantic Mackerel. Quite the lineup, right?

When you’re done fishing, it’ll be time to hit the city. Get ready to do so on foot, since Boston is one of the nation’s most walkable cities! Visit the Boston Tea Party Museum for a revolutionary experience or walk the Freedom Trail. Stop by the Quincy Market for some shopping or a bite, and take in the eclectic culture Boston is known for.

Rochester, NY

Let’s take a break from saltwater fishing and journey to the shores of Lake Ontario and the city of Rochester. Thanks to its unique position, the city offers an incredible variety of angling options. Besides the previously mentioned Great Lake, you’ll have your pick between fishing the Genesee River, the Irondequoit Bay, or the scenic Finger Lakes.

A skyline view of Rochester, New York and the Genesee River.

In Rochester, you don’t even have to leave the city to get your hands on some Salmon and Trout. The Genesee River, and its Lower Falls, are home to both of these fish, with the action getting especially great in the fall. Naturally, you’ll also find Salmon and Trout in Lake Ontario, where you can reel them in during late spring and summer.

If you’re in the mood for some Yellow Perch, Irondequoit Bay is an excellent place to catch them. While the action is best in spring, you can fish its waters year-round, as the bay turns into an ice fishing spot during winter. Lastly, you’ll find the Finger Lakes just south of Rochester. These feature some of the best Bass fishing in New York State, with Walleye, Perch, and even Muskie also prowling about.

While you’re in Rochester, take a moment to enjoy its year-round butterfly garden. There are also several museums scattered throughout the city, including the Strong National Museum of Play. And if you’re visiting during the warmer months, you can spend some time in the Seabreeze Amusement Park overlooking Lake Ontario.

Muskegon, MI

Moving west, we reach another one of our Great Lakes picks for 2023. Muskegon is situated on the coast of Lake Michigan as well as the lake and the river which share the city’s name. Muskegon River flows into Muskegon Lake, eventually emptying into Lake Michigan. But what’s important is that all three bodies of water will provide you with plenty of fish to chase after.

An aerial view of Muskegon, one of the best fishing cities on the US side of Lake Michigan.

On Muskegon River, Steelhead will bite throughout winter, though they begin feeding more heavily in spring. As the waters warm up, the bulk of the action switches to Lake Michigan. There, you’ll get to reel in Chinook and Coho Salmon, as well as Lake Trout. And after the dog days of summer have passed, the fish will start making their way upriver once again.

With this in mind, there’s good angling in Muskegon Lake as well. There, you’ll get to catch Bass, Perch, Pike, Bluegill, Walleye, and more. This lake freezes over during winter, making it ideal for some ice fishing.

Other than fishing, Muskegon has beautiful lake beaches where you can get some hard-earned rest. There’s also the Musketawa Trail stretching from the eastern part of the city, west towards Grand Rapids. For nature lovers, Muskegon is the perfect destination to vacation in.

St. Louis, MO

Home to Budweiser beer, blues music, and the iconic Gateway Arch, St. Louis is a city with lots of charm. It’s also nestled in the very heartland of America, on the shores of the Mighty Mississippi. And it’s this famous river that makes St. Louis such a fantastic destination for the urban angler.

A scenic sunset shot of the iconic Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.

The portion of the Mississippi River that flows through St. Louis is inhabited by numerous species of fish. Popular targets include monster Catfish, Bluegill, Bass, Gar, Walleye, and Sauger, to name a few. Just north of the city, you’ll get to fish the river’s Pool 26, which also offers diverse angling opportunities.

On the other hand, the lakes within the city are also well worth exploring. Some of them, such as Boathouse Lake and Jefferson Lake, are stocked with Trout. Others, such as Island Lake, Horseshoe Lake, or January-Wabash Park Lake feature great Largemouth Bass fishing. In most, you’ll also find Catfish lurking around.

As a metropolis, St. Louis has endless attractions for you to explore. From visiting the Gateway Arch National Park to checking out the city’s numerous historical sites, you’ll find no shortage of things to see and places to be. While you’re there, don’t miss out on the famous local barbecue, best paired with a cold beer.

Colorado Springs, CO

Perched at an elevation of over 6,000 feet, Colorado Springs sits starkly in the middle of some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the United States. But although you could spend the entire vacation with your mouth slightly ajar, gazing at the natural marvels, you’d be doing it wrong if you didn’t spend some time fishing here.

An epic view of the mountain scenery in Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs.

From serene lakes such as Manitou or Rampart Reservoir to hidden creeks on the way to the Pine Peaks summit, the variety of places to fish is immense. And the main target? The most beautiful, vibrant Trout you can hope to encounter.

Besides Trout, some lakes are also full of Bass, Catfish, Bluegill, and Saugeye, Prospect Lake being one of them. Just make sure to set aside some time to explore and take in the stunning surroundings. There’ll be beauty wherever you look, but the Garden of the Gods in particular is a must-visit.

Portland, OR

As our journey takes us west, we reach the capital of Oregon, Portland. It sits at the confluence of two of the best fishing rivers in the Pacific Northwest – the Willamette and the Columbia. For freshwater anglers, these waters hold some of the greatest prizes you can hope to find.

A photo of the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon, with the Fremont Bridge visible.

And by prizes, we mean Salmon. Both Chinook and Coho Salmon race through Portland’s rivers, gracing anglers with thrilling fights year after year. Chrome Steelhead can also be reeled in here, along with White Sturgeon, the freshwater dinosaur. Still not enough? Then you should know that there are also Walleye and Smallmouth Bass swimming about.

Portland is one of the greenest cities in the United States. Within the city, you’ll find all sorts of parks and hidden natural gems to explore. Some of the more popular ones are Forest Park and Washington Park. Also, if you head about 30 miles west of the city, you’ll get the opportunity to witness the phenomenal 600-foot-high Multnomah Falls in all their glory.

Juneau, AK

And so, we’ve come to the final entry on our 2023 list of best US fishing cities – Juneau! It’s the last but certainly not the least, as the city boasts some of the hottest bottom fishing on the planet. In fact, we’d go on to say it’s only matched by the kind of action you’d see in Alabama.

A breathtaking aerial view of Juneau, Alaska and its coastal waters.

Out here, though, it’s the huge, “barndoor” Halibut that are the most sought-after catch, followed by Rockfish and Lingcod that you’ll find in abundance. Besides bottom fishing, you’ll also get to slow-troll for Chinook, Coho, Pink, and Chum Salmon along the city’s craggy coastline. With such a lineup, these waters embody the best of what Alaska’s fishery has to offer.

Juneau is surrounded by extremely rugged terrain, making it reachable only by boat or plane. For you as a visitor, this means that you’ll be surrounded by spectacular nature wherever you look. Take a tour of the breathtaking Mendenhall Glacier and walk the wilderness trails. Or, combine your fishing trip with some whale watching. Whatever you choose, you’ll be in for an experience of a lifetime.

Set Course For New Adventures!

A sunset photo of the Portland skyline, taken from the shores of the Willamette River.

And there you have it! From coast to coast, river to ocean, we’ve searched the land to find 2023’s best fishing cities in the US. Now, we know that there are many other fantastic places to fish. We just hope our picks will serve to inspire you to get out there, whether you’re a freshwater angler or a deep sea fanatic. After all, them fish aren’t going to reel in themselves!

So how do you like our choice of the best fishing cities in the US? Would you like to add any places to the list? If so, we’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

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Inside the hunt for new physics at the world’s largest particle collider

In 1977, Ray and Charles Eames released a remarkable film that, over the course of just nine minutes, spanned the limits of human knowledge. Powers of Ten begins with an overhead shot of a man on a picnic blanket inside a one-square-­meter frame. The camera pans out: 10, then 100 meters, then a kilometer, and eventually all the way to the then-known edges of the observable universe—1024 meters. There, at the farthest vantage, it reverses. The camera zooms back in, flying through galaxies to arrive at the picnic scene, where it plunges into the man’s skin, digging down through successively smaller scales: tissues, cells, DNA, molecules, atoms, and eventually atomic nuclei—10-14 meters. The narrator’s smooth voice-over ends the journey: “As a single proton fills our scene, we reach the edge of present understanding.”

During the intervening half-century, particle physicists have been exploring the subatomic landscape where Powers of Ten left off. Today, much of this global effort centers on CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC), an underground ring 17 miles (27 kilometers) around that straddles the border between Switzerland and France. There, powerful magnets guide hundreds of trillions of protons as they do laps at nearly the speed of light underneath the countryside. When a proton headed clockwise plows into a proton headed counterclockwise, the churn of matter into energy transmutes the protons into debris: electrons, photons, and more exotic subatomic bric-a-brac. The newly created particles explode radially outward, where they are picked up by detectors.

In 2012, using data from the LHC, researchers discovered a particle called the Higgs boson. In the process, they answered a nagging question: Where do fundamental particles, such as the ones that make up all the protons and neutrons in our bodies, get their mass? A half-­century earlier, theorists had cautiously dreamed the Higgs boson up, along with an accompanying field that would invisibly suffuse space and provide mass to particles that interact with it. When the particle was finally found, scientists celebrated with champagne. A Nobel for two of the physicists who predicted the Higgs boson soon followed.

But now, more than a decade after the excitement of finding the Higgs, there is a sense of unease, because there are still unanswered questions about the fundamental constituents of the universe.

Perhaps the most persistent of these questions is the identity of dark matter, a mysterious substance that binds galaxies together and makes up 27% of the cosmos’s mass. We know dark matter must exist because we have astronomical observations of its gravitational effects. But since the discovery of the Higgs, the LHC has seen no new particles—of dark matter or anything else—despite nearly doubling its collision energy and quintupling the amount of data it can collect. Some physicists have said that particle physics is in a “crisis,” but there is disagreement even on that characterization: another camp insists the field is fine and still others say that there is indeed a crisis, but that crisis is good. “I think the community of particle phenomenologists is in a deep crisis, and I think people are afraid to say those words,” says Yoni Kahn, a theorist at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

The anxieties of particle physicists may, at first blush, seem like inside baseball. In reality, they concern the universe, and how we can continue to study it—of interest if you care about that sort of thing. The past 50 years of research have given us a spectacularly granular view of nature’s laws, each successive particle discovery clarifying how things really work at the bottom. But now, in the post-Higgs era, particle physicists have reached an impasse in their quest to discover, produce, and study new particles at colliders. “We do not have a strong beacon telling us where to look for new physics,” Kahn says.

So, crisis or no crisis, researchers are trying something new. They are repurposing detectors to search for unusual-looking particles, squeezing what they can out of the data with machine learning, and planning for entirely new kinds of colliders. The hidden particles that physicists are looking for have proved more elusive than many expected, but the search is not over—nature has just forced them to get more creative.

n almost-complete theory

As the Eameses were finishing Powers of Ten in the late ’70s, particle physicists were bringing order to a “zoo” of particles that had been discovered in the preceding decades. Somewhat drily, they called this framework, which enumerated the kinds of particles and their dynamics, the Standard Model.

Roughly speaking, the Standard Model separates fundamental particles into two types: fermions and bosons. Fermions are the bricks of matter—two kinds of fermions called up and down quarks, for example, are bound

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Transforming document understanding and insights with generative AI

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At some point over the last two decades, productivity applications enabled humans (and machines!) to create information at the speed of digital—faster than any person could possibly consume or understand it. Modern inboxes and document folders are filled with information: digital haystacks with needles of insight that too often remain undiscovered.

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Generative AI is an incredibly exciting technology that’s already delivering tremendous value to our customers across creative and experience-building applications. Now Adobe is embarking on our next chapter of innovation by introducing our first generative AI capabilities for digital documents and bringing the new technology to the masses.

AI Assistant in Adobe Acrobat, now in beta, is a new generative AI–powered conversational engine deeply integrated into Acrobat workflows, empowering everyone with the information inside their most important documents.

ccelerating productivity across popular document formats

As the creator of PDF, the world’s most trusted digital document format, Adobe understands document challenges and opportunities well. Our continually evolving Acrobat PDF application, the gold standard for working with PDFs, is already used by more than half a billion customers to open around 400 billion documents each year. Starting immediately, customers will be able to use AI Assistant to work even more productively. All they need to do is open Acrobat on their desktop or the web and start working.

With AI Assistant in Acrobat, project managers can scan, summarize, and distribute meeting highlights in seconds, and sales teams can quickly personalize pitch decks and respond to client requests. Students can shorten the time they spend hunting through research and spend more time on analysis and understanding, while social media and marketing teams can quickly surface top trends and issues into daily updates for stakeholders. AI Assistant can also streamline the time it takes to compose an email or scan a contract of any kind, enhancing productivity for knowledge workers and consumers globally.

Innovating with AI—responsibly

Adobe has continued to evolve the digital document category for over 30 years. We invented the PDF format and open-sourced it to the world. And we brought Adobe’s decade-long legacy of AI innovation to digital documents, including the award-winning Liquid Mode, which allows Acrobat to dynamically reflow document content and make it readable on smaller screens. The experience we’ve gained by building Liquid Mode and then learning how customers get value from it is foundational to what we’ve delivered in AI Assistant.

Today, PDF is the number-one business file format stored in the cloud, and PDFs are where individuals and organizations keep, share, and collaborate on their most important information. Adobe remains committed to secure and responsible AI innovation for digital documents, and AI Assistant in Acrobat has guardrails in place so that all customers—from individuals to the largest enterprises—can use the new features with confidence.

Like other Adobe AI features, AI Assistant in Acrobat has been developed and deployed in alignment with Adobe’s AI principles and is governed by secure data protocols. Adobe has taken a model-agnostic approach to developing AI Assistant, curating best-in-class technologies to provide customers with the value they need. When working with third-party large language models (LLMs), Adobe contractually obligates them to employ confidentiality and security protocols that match our own high standards, and we specifically prohibit third-party LLMs from manually reviewing or training their models on Adobe customer data.

The future of intelligent document experiences

Today’s beta features are part of a larger Adobe vision to transform digital document experiences with generative AI. Our vision for what’s next includes the following:

Insights across multiple documents and document types: AI Assistant will work across multiple documents, document types, and sources, instantly surfacing the most important information from everywhere.AI-powered authoring, editing, and formatting: Last year, customers edited tens of billions of documents in Acrobat. AI Assistant will make it simple to quickly generate first drafts, as well as

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REVIVING LEGENDS: The Timeless Transformation of a ’66 Corvette Resto-Mod

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REVIVING LEGENDS: The Timeless Transformation of a ’66 Corvette Resto-Mod

Written by Nicole Ellan James


Resto-Mods have surged in popularity within the collector car community, and it’s easy to see why. These vehicles, characterized by their classic appearance combined with modern upgrades, encompass everything from sleek bodywork to advanced technology and powertrain enhancements. In recent years, the appeal of Resto-Mods has skyrocketed among buyers, with Corvettes standing out as constant favorites within this category.

The fusion of yesteryear’s charm with today’s innovation presents enthusiasts with an enticing combination of nostalgia and exhilaration. Resto-Mods embody this harmonious union, delivering the timeless allure of vintage aesthetics alongside the excitement of modern driving experiences. They serve as a compelling tribute to automotive history, capturing the essence of bygone eras while embracing the advancements of the present day.

Imagine a stunningly restored 1960s Corvette, now boasting a fuel-injected powerhouse, enhanced suspension and state-of-the-art infotainment system. This is precisely the transformation custom builder Jeff Hayes orchestrated with this 1966 Chevrolet Corvette convertible Resto-Mod, a project finished in October 2022.

Under the hood, an LS3 V8 engine rated with 540 horsepower is the starting point. The LS3 is known for its formidable power and relentless performance. Paired seamlessly with a 4L70E automatic transmission, this dynamic duo ensures smooth acceleration with precise shifts, for what’s sure to be an incredible driving experience.

Beneath its sleek exterior, this Corvette rests upon an Art Morrison sport chassis, renowned for its exceptional strength, agility and precision engineering. This high-performance foundation offers modern stability and handling, allowing the Corvette to carve through corners with confidence and command the road with authority. Bringing this Resto-Mod’s performance to a smooth halt are 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes. Whether you’re pushing the limits on the open road or cruising through city streets, these brakes can deliver consistent and reliable braking performance, providing peace of mind and control in almost any driving scenario.

Finished in Bright Red paint, the exterior of this Corvette is complemented by a Saddle Brazilian leather interior.

Completing the look are striking Schott wheels, which accentuate the classic lines of the vehicle while adding a touch of contemporary flair. The wheels are wrapped in custom red line tires that not only enhance the aesthetic appeal but also ensure a smooth and responsive ride.

Step inside, and you’ll find a sanctuary of modern comfort and convenience seamlessly integrated into the classic design. The interior of this Resto-Mod features a Vintage Air system, ensuring the climate inside the cabin is comfortable regardless of the weather outside. A cutting-edge AM/FM Bluetooth stereo system delivers crystal-clear sound, allowing you to soundtrack your journey with your favorite tunes wirelessly. Other amenities include power steering and power windows for modern convivences.

This 1966 Chevrolet Corvette is selling with No Reserve at the 2024 Palm Beach Auction, April 18-20 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Register to bid today to take this one-of-a-kind Resto-Mod Corvette home with you.

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