Austin A55 Cambridge: Verkeerd Afgelopen

Austin A55 Cambridge
Also has its charm, a classic that can be completely consumed by the test of time ...
ER Classics Desktop 2022

Blending through the British landscape, on a so-called 'gravel roadnear the British town of Wareham, Dorset County, the Austin A55 Cambridge was discovered. So to see an object dating from around 1957? A casual passer-by, who was walking his dog, was able to report that this Cambridge had been parked there for a little longer than a few days. He thought it was nice to see such a car decay slowly but surely. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. And there is no French word for that. Careful inspection taught that moving this classic as a whole was not an option. Rarely, never actually seen a car that was so rotten ... The rear window, for example, could have freed itself from the window rubber and the coach, the rear axle was 'released' from the coach. According to the passerby the car had to remain there, because it belonged to the landscape. A statue is more expensive ?!

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