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  • #16
    Doesn't it seem like any space gained by the absence of hats would be more than paid back in what was required for bouffant hair-dos?

    Kennedy did wear a silk top hat to the ceremony, but he took it off. There's been a lot of myth-busting on that one. Heck, maybe it blew off. Ever wonder how history might have differed if William Harrison had kept his hat on?

    What really changed for cars in that era was a matter of etiquette. Auto interiors became the same as building interiors, where hats were removed. Caps were for open cars. And balding guys. Minivans and crossovers have room for a hat: what is up with that?

    We all know that the towering roofline of the Avanti is the result of Egbert being fourteen feet tall (at my house, he still is).

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