Eso es verdad. Ayer revisaba Google Earth y me topé con una foto tuya, es casualidad, jejeje.
OK, I'll go bringing Spain brick by brick, the other option is to pay for excess baggage, hehehe!
Hehehe, is that your grandson is specialist on two wheels!
Repair and paint this van reminds me of some famous women plastic surgery interventions, why do that? they would be much more beautiful natural, it is absurd to pretend to be 20 years if they actually have 80! I leave a link of one of my photos, an Austin Sheerline of the 40's - 50's, was badly damaged but finally sold, I guess that now will be circulated around completely restored:
I know this model, in fact, once I talked to a guy who told me that it was the car of your dreams, I wanted to buy one and restore it completely. Here in Spain they were not abundant but I have read that 75% of the production is exported to USA, for that reason I think that it is easier to find one there that this side of the pond. It must have been great to be able to drive one, 90 hp was a lot of power for a car so small, even at that time in that only the big Chevys, Pontiacs, Cadillacs... had the monopoly of the XXL size, must have been quite an experience moving between so many giants. Thanks for the link and especially thank you for your story, cars are one of my passions and I am grateful to learn a little more about this small sports.
Magnifisent sea view of an amazing plce, I want to be here! LF. Friendly greetings, Irina
A grand staircase is always very useful, although that buildings do not have great height is likely that sooner or later they are in situations involved in requiring to climb very high, and the siren is very characteristic, Hollywood has led to that around the world we know how to sound the USA fire trucks, who does not remember the great Paul Newman and Steve McQueen (my idols) film 'The Towering Inferno' It is only an example. The truck that appears in your link is a german Magirus-Deutz, these trucks have worked in Madrid for decades, in fact I remember when I was a child and appeared to an identical truck with his campaign and its siren, firefighters seemed drawn from the 19th century, was very full naiff, hehehe.
I leave a still more ancient truck, took the photograph at a fair of classic vehicles here in Madrid, is a old english Merryweather of the 1920's, a gem that remains in the Museum of firefighters: Merryweather 1924
Diane, the city where we live Andy and I is the fifth largest in Europe, you can imagine that entails cutting edge advancements but also lack of quality of life, living with so many people around is really overwhelming and the only parking is one of the many problems that you face, even dare I say that it is less of one problem the main disadvantage is pollution and insecurity. That is why I envy people who live in small towns, you don't have as many options for leisure and entertainment, but in Exchange you have much better quality of life. I am going to email both of them a video that I filmed the week of Easter, in which I drive a Car2go from Madrid, I hope you like it.
ein schönes Motiv, in herrlichen Farben, L 16 & F 14
beste Grüße Klaus
Lol! Bea, I used the special ectoplasmator filter! Thank you so much for your very funny assessment and the L&F.