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We Knew Pasadena Was Old-Fashioned, But...

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Outside of Vroman's Bookstore on Saturday in Pasadena, LAist spotted a horseless carriage. The dapper don behind the wheel -- um, rather, that stick thing -- said that his pre-car dates back to 1904.

He couldn't find a place to park for longer than an hour along Colorado Boulevard, but we doubt he gets many parking tickets.

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