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That is so cool . Never even seen one before . Neat little thing. Thanks for another great video.
Regarding the mirror stems and placement that are a distinctive feature of the front view of this car: these chrome mirrors seem to be the way the car was originally furnished from the dealership. When you Google Subaru 360 van, the images you find include almost exclusively this type of mirror. This specific car is also drilled along the lower edge of the front windows for a pair of mirrors, now removed. However this seems to be a later modification, perhaps by a prior owner. Because these front doors open from the front leading edge, and because the longest radius… Read more »
We just got back (to Phoenix) from a trip to San Francisco, so I’m a day late for my Petrolcious fix. What a heavenly surprise to see our city so artfully showcased in such a sweet little peace, all around a rare jewel of a car and an owner. Thanks for a great start to my day, Scott and Petrolicious!
Scott wears this great little car like a beautiful Armani! The intro jazz score is just the coolest! Thanks!
Cool owner and cool unique car that I had not heard of previously. Thanks for another great video.
I loved the jazz into followed by the gamelan. Well done!
These post-war Japanese vehicles are so interesting. The amount of detailed design, engineering and care that went into these cars is just extraordinary. They were, of course, highly considered purchases in a era when Japan was emerging from the devastation of WWII. And so every little detail of the car is the product of careful design intent. The clearance lights in front. The way the rear view mirrors integrated with the doors. The flip up passenger compartment ventilation door on the front panel. All these details are so lovingly done.
This is beyond cool ! Frigid in fact. What a nice way to start the day. Totally love it !
This is an awesome little van. I have never seen one in person, but now I want one.