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basement, showing perhaps somewhat resentment and shame as well. Stored in his garage is a Ford Gran Torino vehicle in which was a reminder of his happier times in the past working at the Ford manufacturing plant. The Gran Torino, which is perfectly kept and preserved, parallels to Walt himself. Hidden, isolated, and untouched, the car represents Walt’s mentality, values, and his reluctance to accept the present and adapt to change. His desire to preserve the past, the American way, is shown...
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