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When I was very young back in the late ’60s, my uncle had this exact car in this exact color (was there any other color available?). He loaned it to a friend who took it into the local mountains during wintertime and promptly stuffed it into a snow bank, mangling the one piece fiberglas front end. I remember with vivid detail how he found another Zagato in town (yes, there were at least two in San Diego at the time) and convinced the owner to let him make a mold of the car’s front end so that he could produce… Read more »
“It’s filled full of errors, but you can’t identify them because actually errors, are maybe, a part of that whole spirit.”
Great to see this car driving in the canyons. I enjoyed seeing it in person; so many neat details.
Wonderful little car. The exhaust note was very cool.
Im thinking its high time I get one of those driving suits.
Here you go 🙂
Somewhat cute – somewhat brute. This little car has many flavours wrapped in one tiny package.
But to make it less cute and more brute… how about installing a twin turbo flat six engine?
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Warning, this is a stealth car. Cute as a bug, but a nasty little thing when it flew past us on the recent rally!
Great video as always and a cool car, love the rolling down the street so as not to wake the neighbours. Do you know what brand of driving shoes Mr Magnusson was wearing?
According to Carl, the shoes are made by Chapal, a French outfit that’s been making them since the 1950s.
Brilliant, what a great noise!!
Very beautiful car!
Just a minor issue, but I have been noticing alot of out-of-focus shots in your videos lately.
I am assuming you guys are shooting with DSLRs. Maybe its time to invest in a dedicated video camera or good external monitor.
What a splendid little jewel of a car. It’s nice to know that such a car is still being used and not stored in a private museum.
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