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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Classic car

 Hello again.
Last week I went to Northern culture museum with my friends and one of them was owner of this car. I had chance to see and ride this beautiful Classic car.
This is 1937years model MG made in UK. I never see such old vehicle with such good condition. I was happy to set inside and go around Niigata. Of course I did not drive it,but I enjoyed to see it. Surprised that running condition of this car was very good, even it is 73 years old.
I wouldn't say name of owner,because I heard this model is only one in Japan, hope  not too many in the world.Maybe the price of this vehicle must be very expensive.
If you have old classic cars around you,let us know.
Please send photo and some info about that. To see and search classic cars is my hobby. Just to see,because I can't own such  expensive things. But I have dream to have one with not so big price.

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5 comments:

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  2. These type of cars looks million times better than present cars.

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  4. For me, vintage cars are the most sophisticated designed cars. Just look, most royalties uses vintage cars since they look more classy compared to modern ones.

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  5. Raise the car and place jack stands under the suspension points. Remove the tires and stack them in a corner placing cardboard between each one and cover.

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