My Citroën LNA holding its own while flanked by goddesses.

What’s new Oppos? You guys still here? Good. Here’s a photovaganza of cars from the coolest car show in Southern California, The Best of France and Italy. The show was this past Sunday and was a good one. Enjoy and long live Oppositelock.

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1961 Lancia Flaminia PF Coupe

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I think the Junior Zagato is my favorite Alfa Romeo.

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The Michelotti designed Appia Convertibile is now my favorite Lancia. It’s so pretty. This one has some nice patina.
This is an Iranian built Citroën Dyane. It was actually called the Jyane over there. I don’t know why.

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Jalpa

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I think this Espada looks pretty awesome in green.
I don’t know how this Mitsubishi Pajero Evo snuck in, but it was damn cool to see.

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Iso Grifo
This OSCA Maserati 1600 GT2 was a rad surprise. Rare car.

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Yes, please.
Coolest van is an Alfa van.

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Moretti Fiat 850
Lancia Scorpion

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Renault Caravelle
Always cool to see a Citroën CX in America.

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Oh, hell yes

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2CV Charleston
I imagine this Autobianchi A112 was the funnest to hoon car there.

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Renault R10

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1936 Bugatti Type 57

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And there were some crazy cool cars in the parking lot, naturally.

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And, of course, an East German Wartburg.

Always one of the most eclectic shows in America, I think. That’s just a small selection of the awesome shit that showed up. I didn’t even get to see everything.

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