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One word beautiful! 🙂
Bravo, mille grazie. Outstanding video, very personal, human, and touching.
Wonderful piece- I wish some of these episodes were longer… I also wish that instead of subtitles, the international episodes get dubbed to English, as I’m busy reading instead of watching the gorgeous cinematography…… I also wish I could drive that beautiful ” machina ” on those sublime Italian pastoral roads… Feel free to start granting these wishes in any order of your choosing…
All the more reason to watch it twice at a minimum.
Once to watch and read, the other to just watch.
I would hate to see it dubbed as you would lose the intimate passion the story teller has to say.
Another great video and story. Thanks Petrolicious.
I eagerly await each week’s video and have enjoyed each and every “episode”. This, however, is by far my favorite to date. The cinematography is great (and I especially liked the ending with Mr. Lorenzoni pushing the toy racecar at the end). I really appreciate the historical and present day components of the story and the passion for motoring. Well done!
To retrace this car’s history race-by-race and to still be driving it today the way he does… now “THAT’S AMORE”…as a petrolhead – or anyone for that matter – one should be so lucky to have a car (or anything) to be so passionate about…
I have seen a lot of videos here – and this is the first time I am commenting on one – because it resonates on so many levels…Thanks.
Spectacular. Great story, well told and beautifully photographed. I love the part where Mr. Lorenzoni says that the car was originally a torpedo but needed fenders so a local craftsman made them. Was that Michelangelo or Da Vinci?
Ditto to Santiago. La piccola bella macchina! Now let’s see you guys top this one next week!
Challenge accepted! 🙂
Challenge won. The 722 is also a pice of art. Congratulations!
Emotional video to say the least. I’ll admit I got teary eyed when he spoke about the passion his father instilled in him for automobiles and how he hopes his son will share the enthusiasm. This video ticks all the right boxes for any petrolhead. Love it.
A real love story between a man and a car full of historic heritage, the essence of the gentleman driver
Thanks for sharing.
What a wonderful guy and what a wonderful car. Bravo.
Loved this, amazing story!
Wonderful film, great little car and history.
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