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Caeruleus

Automotive world

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Alfa Romeo Stelvio (2017) - obična verzija, siva boja

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Alfa Romeo Stelvio (2017) - obična verzija, crvena boja

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Alfa Romeo Stelvio (2017) - Obična verzija, unutrašnjost
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I do understand how we can really get into the things we drive but having a new car has never interested me. Ive always driven an old car, motorbike, Lambretta.

I bought my 1st car at 16 a '65 Lotus MKI Cortina which I loved but lost it in a card game lol and after many varios 60s/70s things from 69 428 Mustang to a 64 Mini Cooper S MK1  Ive now had my 73 1303s Beetle convertible for 6 years now and got it looking and moving lovely. Problem I got living in center of Brixton its been broke into and nicked 5 times. And had to replace the hood each time. I just managed to get a garage but as its 1/2 mile away its a sod if I want to just nip out. But as I also got a '68 Lambretta sx250 TS1 I manage to park that in the entrasnce to the flats so thats my main transport.

But I wish we had the roads and distances they've got in the States cause I love the drag/muscle cars. Not really appropriate just nipping round central London tho.

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