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more cars to come soon. Thanks to Jo for invitation.
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GinTonic said on May 19, 2018
enjoy…any questions or urgent requests for cars seen – let me know – the chances are high I know the lucky owner or at least – a story behind.
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Norbert Kosny said on May 19, 2018
Johannes Gerl said on May 19, 2018
I’m much attracted by the Lotus.
Beautiful firist series, right?
Sabine Engert said on May 19, 2018
Seems like a mixture of historical pictures and personal ones.
Keen to learn more …
if we are lucky the owner of the esprit will also join here…lets wait for some days. If not – I can drop some words about the Lotus i got a ride four weeks ago.
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Johannes Gerl said on May 20, 2018
I’m about to fall in love with this Lotus.
Please also see: http://grandretro.com/2017/12/a-reasonably-priced-bond-car/
And then there is this 308 GT4, arguably one of the most beautiful mid-engine Ferraris ever.
So refined and subtle!
GinTonic said on May 22, 2018
in july we plan to do another foto shoot with an iceblue 308 gt4 and a little „pocket ferrari“, a red toyota mr2 gen2.
today i met a bumperless alfa bertone on my way back to bavaria on the highway. The alfa was doing around 160km/h but I want not to push above 150 with the old opel …a few minutes later we met again in a traffic jam and gave us thumbs up 👍 Probably both cars same age or close.
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Johannes Gerl said on May 23, 2018
Your Opel has beautiful typography. Not so much different from the Alfa, I’m sure you know.
GinTonic said on May 23, 2018
well, the opel is more american-style chevy chevelle look a like…the alfa is a sportscar from famous bertone. Amazing how small the alfa is…but a first
series 911 is , too. A friend of mine had a racecar bertone and now he graded up
to a silver 356 porsch.
i love em all…and as a mechanic its such a pleasure to work on sixties and seventies cars. Eighties are still ok but it gets ugly with all that electronics in the nienties 🙄
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Johannes Gerl said on May 24, 2018
I love em all. 🙂
GinTonic said on May 27, 2018
… thats the downside of that passion – you cant get enough 🙄
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