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    That Fiat is the ultimate clown car. Wow, the owner properly nailed the colors.

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    These remind me of the Trabant show we went to outside the Spy Museum in DCa few years back. Iíll have to dig up some pics.
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    Saw a Bianchina at a car show a few years ago. My wife wanted it on the spot. I'm still partial to classic Minis with stripes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvinlungwitz View Post

    Speaking of Fiats. In TC, MI.

    My Hometown!! - and likely more relevant here - home of Hagerty Insurance

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    Saw this in Amsterdam on a bike path. There’s about a zillion miles of bike paths in that city and this little single-seat car is authorized to travel on them. Looks like a car that escaped a crusher half way though its cycle. I wonder if clown shoes are an optional item?
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    Related, but smaller: Nick Tandy and the Corvette team test his RC C8R at LeMans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    Related, but smaller: Nick Tandy and the Corvette team test his RC C8R at LeMans.

    You'll put an eye out for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmplum View Post
    My Hometown!! - and likely more relevant here - home of Hagerty Insurance
    Well then, here are some more Traverse City sightings (although the MG was actually at North Point).







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    Quote Originally Posted by EDS View Post
    What is the little purple number across the street in the first photo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    Related, but smaller: Nick Tandy and the Corvette team test his RC C8R at LeMans.

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    Almost an 80 year difference in technology, but the cool factorÖthatís another story.
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    ^^^ Saw an old guy cruising the highway in a sibling of that Ranchero a few years back. It looked like his daily driver and it looked great!

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    1 out of every 5 rides or so when I am in NYC I go down this one street in Brooklyn where this Roadmaster is ALWAYS parked in the exact same spot. It seems to drive zero miles a year.

    Today I decided to grab a picture for here. But the guy was sitting in it because itís that NYC alternate side parking street sweeping thing and he was waiting in case he had to move it for a minute. First time I have seen the other side of it. Didnít realize that the view would be blocked by the normal Brooklyn street scene.

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    I'm very station wagon positive and it is great to see that one on the street but those are so ugly. Not even so ugly its cute but just plain ugly. The wood paneling does class it up a bit though.

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    Friends had one. They called it the suppository.
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    It must have been bring your El Camino/Ranchero to work week in Seattle this past week DanÖor maybe itís just Capitol Hill.
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    I think I've said this before but we had a copper Toyota van in the late 80s, and one day my dad saw a similar one in an accident on I-78, crumpled like a soda can, and we had a Volvo wagon a week later.

    This one is nice.

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    Nissan Figaro in my neighbor’s drive.

    He has a large collection of cars - new and old Porsches, a couple of Ferraris, and the Mercedes daily drivers.

    I think I’m going to start chronicling the more interesting drive way sightings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by htwoopup View Post
    1 out of every 5 rides or so when I am in NYC I go down this one street in Brooklyn where this Roadmaster is ALWAYS parked in the exact same spot. It seems to drive zero miles a year.

    Today I decided to grab a picture for here. But the guy was sitting in it because itís that NYC alternate side parking street sweeping thing and he was waiting in case he had to move it for a minute. First time I have seen the other side of it. Didnít realize that the view would be blocked by the normal Brooklyn street scene.

    Quote Originally Posted by rec head View Post
    I'm very station wagon positive and it is great to see that one on the street but those are so ugly. Not even so ugly its cute but just plain ugly. The wood paneling does class it up a bit though.

    The only way to improve that Buick Roadmaster would be to put an eight-bike rack on top filled with 7-11 bikes and wheels.

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    Ya gotta love the clogs on that guy.

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