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Alfa in Mexico

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Working late

Source: Working late

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Not my worst day at work…

My meeting was cancelled as we drove through security, but it could have been a worse day….@porscheHQatlanta

   
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
 

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I have had three GTi’s but have always craved a small fast estate!

http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/volkswagen/golf-r-estate/first-drives/2015-volkswagen-golf-r-estate-review?utm_medium=EMAIL&utm_campaign=Enews%20bulletins&utm_content=link2_2&utm_source=20151006

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Frankfurt IAA

Porsche- please make the next panamera THIS pretty!!   The new Ford gt40 isn’t bad looking either :

    And you can’t call the New NSX exactly ugly…

  And the Alfa Gullia… As good as the press photos!  
  This Land Rover was used in Spectre. Can’t wait for it to come out… 

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https://500px.com/photo/119400403/david-by-rob-short?from=user_library

and another:
https://500px.com/photo/119401953/the-other-side-of-david-by-rob-short?from=user_library

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https://500px.com/photo/119400293/fiatxl-by-rob-short?from=user_library

according to wikipedia this is one of the Fiat Giardiniera’s:

K or Giardiniera (1960–1975)[edit]

The estate version of the Fiat 500 is the longest running model. The engine is laid under the floor of the boot to create a flat loading surface. The roof on this model also stretches all the way to the rear, not stopping above the driver and front passenger as it does in other models of the same period. The K also features “suicide doors” and was the only model to continue to sport this door type into the 1970s. In 1966 production was transferred to Desio where the Giardiniera was built by Fiat subsidiary Autobianchi.[1] A total of 327,000 Giardinieras were produced, later examples having Autobianchi rather than Fiat badging.[1]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiat_500

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