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An early forerunner of the ATM machine. This cash on wheels truck was called the Roving Bank Teller, which made selected stops around Los Angeles in 1929. Built somewhat like a tank, this motor vehicle belonged to the Seaboard National Bank. Seaboard National Bank of Los Angeles, in 1936, was acquired by Bank of America. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

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