Scott Whitaker, left, and Wayne Brooks gave a final inspection to a Camry in February 2010 as production resumed at the No. 1 assembly line in Georgetown. The No. 1 line, which produces Camrys and Avalons, was idled as the company investigated sticky gas pedals that had been installed on vehicles produced on that line.
Scott Whitaker, left, and Wayne Brooks gave a final inspection to a Camry in February 2010 as production resumed at the No. 1 assembly line in Georgetown. The No. 1 line, which produces Camrys and Avalons, was idled as the company investigated sticky gas pedals that had been installed on vehicles produced on that line.
Scott Whitaker, left, and Wayne Brooks gave a final inspection to a Camry in February 2010 as production resumed at the No. 1 assembly line in Georgetown. The No. 1 line, which produces Camrys and Avalons, was idled as the company investigated sticky gas pedals that had been installed on vehicles produced on that line.

Kentucky got Toyota in 1986, but why have none come since?

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