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Every young man in Columbia with the money had Bridgestone from Coomer's

Morgan Long writes:
In the early to mid 1960's every young man in Columbia that had the money had a Bridgestone motorcycle from Arnold Coomer's store. I wasn't one of those young men! - Morgan Long
Comments re photo 77063 - Coomer's Store. How many years ago?



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