Some of These Classics Are Far From Home
A Corvette in Australia. Mini Cooper in Japan. Datsun Z in Germany. Classic cars certainly travel the world regularly, but this week, we’ve found a few examples of cars seen in atypical locations…and a few right where you’d expect to see them, like a Ferrari 250 at the Goodwood Circuit.
Here are this week’s #drivetastefully selections.
@dancali is a regular fixture in our roundups, and his Daimler piece is one of our favorites. What, did you think we were done with Monterey? Here, @ecurie415 says, “Love this morning shot of Shelby joy; dig the GT 350 using some oppo lock in turn 5.” We do, too. @1988keith got a great shot of a street parked Mini Cooper street parked in Japan.
You will read more about @australiaclassic soon, but for now, here is a C3 Chevrolet Corvette working its way through some unfamiliar terrain. A Ferrari 250 at Goodwood Circuit? We can imagine how awesome it sounded… Nice pic, @thepetrolista! Finally, another by @australiaclassic, this time of a beautiful Lancia Fulvia: we had our first ride in a Fulvia HF and it was immensely enjoyable.
Quite common here, classic Datsuns are pretty rare overseas. This one, found by @oooli240, is in Hamburg, Germany. @christhecarguy recently posted this photo taken at our last rally, and it’s a great angle of the Alfa Romeo GTV. Last, @enthusiastgarage posted this photo of a BMW 2002 it has named, “Project Pumpkin”. Should be interesting to see how this little sports sedan evolves!
Tag your photos with #drivetastefully on Instagram, and you may feature here in the coming weeks. Try to capture things from a unique angle, and use these shots as inspiration.