Courtesy of Chrysler, a name now absent from my side of the pond again.
And in a place where one is rarely seen too. Lancia Delta Mk3 in Södertälje, a place best known for Scania, purveyor of trucks to the world (not North America).
Yes, it’s real. Yes it really raced in the wrc.
The computers must have hit some light chop
See title. I live in a city where people prefer to buy fancy cars and live in a shoebox of a house. So there are lots of generic higher end BMWs and Benzes driving around, Porsche Cayennes are about as common as Mazda 6 series and there’s the odd Ferrari, Audi R8 and Lamborghini driving around. The nicest cars are…
Our pink plane made it to the Great Georgian Air Show last weekend and spent some time down low.
Here is the baggage handling system at Schipol Airport in Amsterdam.
….. and undoubtedly failing.
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...and I just don't wish to add anything more, except it's not the only Lancia in the video:
While attending a wedding in Italy (see previous post about the Ferrari Museum Trip) I was heading into Salo for a dinner and came across a magical sight that made me scream like a 12 year old girl at a One Direction concert:
If you are ever in Italy, I highly suggest a visit to Fiats home town Torino and the Museo Dell'Automobile Di Torino
https://twitter.com/Seahawks/statu… We do. Ok a little home town and company pride.
CNN came in and did a thing on the facility I work at. For those who have wondered what the place looks like here you go.