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With private seating areas built to look like totally rad 1970s vans, lacquered floors made from eight-track tapes and retro Playboy centerfolds, and some vintage pinball machines and antique video game consoles, this time-machine-with-a-liquor-license throws you back to the era when Farrah Fawcett and The Six Million Dollar Man were the hottest items around. Here you can order a can of Schlitz or PBR -- ironically or not, it's up to you -- under lamps that resemble custom-styled steering wheels, while TV screens show video loops of old car commercials and your ears are treated to the finest K-Tel music collections money can buy. You can even pretend you're talking to a trucker on a CB radio mounted into a shag-carpeted dashboard. Is the Kozy Kar straight-up krazy for '70s kitsch? That's a big 10-4, good buddy!

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    Photographs by Jamie Soja.



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