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Blind Men At The Wheel! What Rock Limo Drivers Won't Tell

David Rensin, Coast, April 1973

LOS ANGELES International Airport, Monday morning. Two resplendent Cadillac limousines glide out of traffic on Century Boulevard and ease to the curb in front of the United Airlines building. A matronly woman of about 55, rouge heavy on aging cheeks, turns her head to stare and narrowly avoids colliding with the baggage porter guiding his cart towards the entourage.

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