The way Australia’s humid climate attacks 40-year old Italian machines is almost unbelievable.
This is our favorite car from the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark.
The body kit certainly won’t suit everyone, but this is an undeniably clean example of a car that’s all but disappeared from the automotive landscape.
We don’t see a Hillman Imp, so we’ll take the Renault 12 in the second image.
We’d take the Fiat 850 or the Autobianchi A112 — how about you?
We’d take the Panhard PL17 — how about you?
A little bit of automotive archaeology tells us this 4 GTL was built in 1978 or 1979.
There is still a decent selection of interesting machines street-parked in the French capital.
This 407D’s wandering days are over.
Wounded but not defeated, this Fiat 500 is still being used daily around Paris.