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Friday, April 4, 2014

Will French Hill's Volvo work as well as Scott Brown's truck?

Posted By on Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 2:53 PM

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Perhaps its my early middle age and the fact that I drive a car of similar vintage, but that Volvo looks pretty damn nice! And not old enough to be older than Hill's teen-aged daughter. 

Is "Old Blue" going to be a symbol of how Hill, a bank executive married to an attorney, knows how to pinch pennies like the rest of us, a la Scott Brown's truck back in 2012? I don't see it playing so well.

UPDATE:


Colonel Conrad Reynolds sees Hill's Volvo and raises him a machine gun. Also, he's still battle ready. See him jump out of a truck!

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