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Old-School Overlanding

Angus MacKenzie’s tales of driving through the Australian Outback brought back fond memories of my grandfather, Joe Liberman (not the senator).

In the 1920s, he owned cars when few others did. As a child, I loved hearing his stories about family trips. Motoring in the 1920s was a real adventure. Roads were at best paved with macadam and at worst graded dirt. Driving to

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