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Jay finds a collection and focuses on a Mark II on this episode of 'Rides with Jay Thomas'

Jay and George Masters talk through one of George’s favorites, a 1956 Continental Mark ll.

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1956 Continental Mark ll

This week on "Rides with Jay Thomas," Jay heads to Minot, North Dakota, to catch up with George Masters and his collection of classics.

The guys talk through one of George’s favorites, a 1956 Continental Mark ll.

This car is all about elegance and style and was one of the most expensive American-produced automobiles back in the mid 1950s and, man, you will see why.

On "Rides," if it’s cool, it has a motor or engine and a story, it can be on the show.

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" Rides" is hosted by radio personality, Minnesota native and North Dakota resident Jay Thomas. The show features cool cars or just about anything with an engine. Know of a ride in the region that Jay's just got to see? Email him at rides@wday.com .

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