Linda Vaughn - Miss Hurst Golden Shifter

http://MuscleCarFilms.com/ Music by Paul McCartney. Song is "Style, Style" (CD single from the LP "Off The Ground). Linda Vaughn was the spokesperson for Hurst Performance Products in the 1960's as well as promoting Oldsmobile, Pontiac, and Chrysler. She's a fan favorite at the Indy 500, NASCAR, and NHRA tracks, and Linda later went on to appear at Oldsmobile and Pontiac car shows. Linda never appeared to have an "off" day, a tremendously gracious and positive person, she had the same enthusiasm appearing at her first race in the 1960's as she did in the 2000's.

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