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By CINDY SIMPSON
Hooray for Harriman added a expensive twist to this year’s Labor Day festival, but it was the exhibitors who paid the price.
The festival’s first European auto show showcased a number of foreign cars, and their combined total worth was estimated in the seven-figure range.
“We had about 20 to 25 cars here,” event coordinator Chris Ahler said. “[Their worth] was over a million [dollars].”
He said the average cost of the vehicles is around $50,000 a piece.
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