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  1. #286
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    Lack of charisma can be fatal.
    Visca Catalunya!

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    Wow thanks!

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    Not really a request from me, but definitely one of the weirder variants.

    Apparently there was a Zagato version of the last gen MR2.

    Don't bother looking for it, it's ugly.

    Toyota MR2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Not my photo, so I'm not posting it as an attachment.

    It's the Reliant Robin's younger, fatter American cousin!

    It even grew 2 extra doors.

    snyder st 600 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    It's a Snyder ST600. Even Bing doesn't have much on it.

    Ah- apparently it's a very sketchy imported Chinese car.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildfire_(motor_company)
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    Isn't this (or a similar model) the one they tested on the Chinese special in Top Gear?
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    I have no idea, I stopped watching Top Gear many seasons ago. I maybe stopped at season 16 or so. I was looking at the Wikipedia page, and the last episode I distinctly remember is the Albania special.

    Honestly, I got pretty bored of Top Gear after a while, especially when I was more interested in the performance and reviews of the cars, not at glorified talk show.
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    What about these forgotten Classics?

    Hey Henk's Oddball Corner Members!

    I'd like to share a video I made with some fellow car enthusiasts to showcase the increible work thats going on at the NB Center for American Automotive Heritage. This is NOT Spam- I will only be posting once- and this isn't for business, this is a documentary piece to share with other classic car lovers.

    Video: https://www.facebook.com/carcultured...4234111326617/

    Here's the rundown...

    This video is about Italian businessman and automobile connoisseur Nicola Bulgari, who has created a place where car restoration isnít a business, or a reality TV show; itís a passion and the preservation of a legacy.

    We want to help spread the word about Nicola Bulgariís "NB Center for American Automotive HeritageĒ because their incredible team is on a mission to preserve the everyday cars that put America on wheels from the early 1920s to the late 1950s, changing this country's culture.

    Cars that may become otherwise extinct as they have been neglected by collectors and resorts who tend to focus only on high-end cars like Stutz, Duesenberg etc.

    We would be tremendously grateful if you could please share this video, so more collectors and enthusiasts can see the true beauty of a forgotten generation and learn about this very important place.

    This film is the first in a series, so follow us for more episodes! @CarCultureTV

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    Thank you, that is a welcome addition. Do you want to open a separate thread in the OB Corner?
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    Good to see some culture documentaries. That was a great quality one, something you could show to casual enthusiasts and still get a good reaction from. Great work.

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