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Definition of "classic post-war automobile"; if none, why not replace?
Do we have an operative definition for "classic post-war automobile"? What makes this car classic? After which war? I can guess which one, but what's the point of saying post-war, when the template already has a date range (1945–1975), and the war is not directly relevant to the automobile?