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Rooting for the USPS lately is somewhat like being a Buffalo Bills fan in the early 1990s. With private carriers like FedEx encroaching on their turf and stealing market share, the Postal Service seems to be keep kicking 'em wide of the goalposts. But FedEx doesn't have classic car stamps. This new issuance of 37-centers, entitled "America on the Move: '50s Sporty Cars," features the Studebaker Starliner, the Nash Healey, the T-Bird, the Kaiser Darrin and Corvette, rendered by illustrator and former Packard designer Art Linkletter, er, Fitzpatrick.

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