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Joe LoCicero's 1990 Honda Accord recently hit 1 million miles. The damage claims inspector from Maine calls the car "True Blue." He drives a lot for work and swears the engine and transmission are original. To mark the milestone, Honda gave him a new 2012 Accord. He still drives the old one.
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