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#1 2stroketurbo

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Posted 06 January 2013 - 07:14 PM

Cleaning the cobwebs from the shop to proudly hang the "Isettadude" donated banner of my Subaru 360 with flames on the cover of the Vintage Microcar News issue #1 2007. I still have the car and I actually took the picture in June-July 2004 or 2005 in front a BBQ hot wings joint on North Lombard st. no longer there. It took 5 tries, ether there was too much summer fog, or too many cars parked in the lot to get a good shot of the building. The car now sports white wall tires and red rims, instead of the white rims and thin red line tires as pictured. I will have to thank the Isetta dude for making me clean my shop. Great new years project.






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