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January 12, 2013

Sandy Turns Long Island Airport Into Vast Used Car Purgatory

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US storm turns airport into vast used-car purgatory (via AFP)

Mother nature in all her fury tossed them about like toys. Now they fill two airport runways — parked, obedient and damaged — as they await nibbles from buyers. Cars — thousands upon thousands of them, of every size, color, make and model — roughed up to one extent or another by Superstorm Sandy…




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