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24 minutes ago, Remspoor said:


Screen shot from my Dashcam.  A rare car here in Spain, a third gen Ford Taurus. Produced between 1995 and 99.  Maybe I can get better photos if I mange to get back to the location-

first time i went to usa the airbnb ladys father had one of those in that color :D

always liked that taurus - blame truman burbank :D


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A while ago I went to see a friend of mine race. The whole thing was a bit of a disaster. My friend did not partake, issues with the car. It was too hot for me to stand an watch the hill climb. Plus my camera has a parasitic electrical drain so the battery was died quickly.

These are the only shots i managed to take. All from the Parc Fermé.







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A 1998 Citroën  C15 van still earning it's daily bread. The owner asked be to obscure the plates.


Yes the grill is warped and one headlight the reflector may not reflect any longer.


Inside does not look too bad.


The door is a different matter.

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