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 n.— «Some car club members show up by the dozens, while others arrive by the hundreds. Some prefer restored hot rods; others focus on cars from specific decades. And then there are so-called Gennies—from the word “genuine”—who want their cars as original as possible.» —“Love cars? Join the club” by Amber Hunt Detroit Free Press Aug. 14, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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