KHQ.COM - When it comes to metaphors describing foreclosures, weak economic growth, and -- especially -- lost American muscle, it's hard to find a real-life example quite so poignant as that of Aaron Dahrooge of Worcester, Mass.
Dahrooge's mother, April, died in April of 2011. Soon after, Bank of America hired a contractor to secure her house, which had been in foreclosure proceedings.
Somewhere in the process, writes The Telegram,
Dahrooge's painstakingly-restored 1973 Dodge Challenger -- a muscle car
that typifies the strength of one man behind the wheel -- disappeared
from his mother's garage. He first noticed something was off when he saw
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