The lickable lineup will be called "Sporty Cars of the '50s", and shall feature a 1952 Nash Healy, a 1953 Chevrolet Corvette (pictured), a 1954 Kaiser Darrin, and a 1955 Ford Thunderbird. Why the grouping isn't called "Sporty Cars of the First Half of the 1950s", I haven't a clue. One may assume that another edition paying tribute to cars from the latter part of the decade is in the works, held back currently to keep the stamp-buying community on the edge of its collective seat, its collective magnifying glass fogged up in anticipation, the community itself asking, "Just what in tarnation will the U.S. Postal Service do next?" Seriously, as long as it isn't pastel kittens, I'll be happy.
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