How U.S. Automakers Helped the Allies Win WWII

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On Jan. 1, 1942, the government froze the sale of consumer vehicles. Instead of working on luxury designs and automotive innovations, automakers were building tanks, trucks, airplanes, Jeeps, torpedoes, and even helmets. Mark Greene joins us to discuss how automakers helped the Allies win the war in this episode of American Road Trip Talk! (Fridays, 1-1:30pm)

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As the owners and producers of award-winning American Road magazine devoted to promoting and communicating the joys of traveling America’s scenic and historic back roads, Thomas and Becky Repp want your future road trip to be both interesting and exciting. By teaming up with veteran radio broadcaster, Gary Mantz, they offer up valuable road trip planning information.

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