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Old 01 October 2013, 08:45 PM
dewey dewey is offline
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Originally Posted by Troberg View Post
Well, I was at a local cruising some weeks ago, and after seeing hundreds of renovated american cars, most of them from the fifties, but some older and quite a few from the sixties and seventies as well, I have great confidence in the ability of the enthusiasts' ability to handle the problems associated with a vintage car.

By the way, if you are interested in vintage US cars, come to one of the big cruisings in Sweden in the summer. I know americans who have visited them and said that they saw more vintage US cars in a day than the saw in years in the US.
I was in Stockholm a few years ago with my wife and another couple. We were eating outside on a nice summer night when classic cars started cruising by. Totally unexpected for us. It was truly one of the most amazing things that I have ever seen and will never forget it.

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