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talbotfarwell October 14th, 2013 6:02am

Which is more iconic of 1950's Americana: The old school McDonald's layout with the two giant "golden arches" going through the roof, or the Detroit muscle that essentially inspired the 20th century's drive-through fast food movement?

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fredd TrumpLand
10/13/13 11:52 pm

To me it's the car. McDonalds spread around the world and I see it as more of a global brand.
The Chevy is more of an icon to me. Everywhere else in the world we were driving small slow cars or none, representing the huge gulf in lifestyles

bMyComrade Stumptown
10/13/13 11:55 pm

I mostly agree - but I think no matter where those arches are, they're still seen as 'American'