FILE - In this Feb. 10, 2008 file photo, visitors to the Peterson Automobile Museum examine a 1964 Chevrolet Impala "Gypsy Rose" lowrider in Los Angeles. She was a cover girl, had a bit part in a popular '70s TV show and was an icon of car culture. "Gypsy Rose," an award-winning Chevy Impala admired for its elaborate floral paint job, was known in the world of cruising low-riders as one of the most flamboyantly tricked-out muscle cars of a generation. On Saturday, the rose-covered ride will lead a funeral procession through East L.A., behind the hearse that carries its owner to his final resting place. (AP Photos/Ric Francis, File)
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