Wedded bliss includes taking husband's GTO for a spin
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Wedded bliss includes taking husband’s GTO for a spin
Chesterfield Township — Kim Stahovec likes to say she “married into” a Dream Cruise car. In 1984, her husband, Ken, 49, bought a 1972 Pontiac GTO 455 H.O. — one of 325 ever built.
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