DOTS: Eclectic Assortment

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This beautiful Chevy Malibu convertible with the 327 was out on the first warm day we’ve had in a while. However, the owner very much did not want to talk to me.

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What a majestic sight! I don’t know the specific model of this Bentley. It’s a Bentley Brooklands. Thank you Fintail.

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I have to admit, I was taken aback at the petal-to-the-metal-ain’t-care attitude of the driver of this skid, especially when driving feet away from untrained plebs like me. The dump was already dreary on this cold wet day (but no wait!), but the sheer balls of this driver is what I remember. He almost tipped the thing on the huge trash piles several times. Also, those tires.

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I have not seen a two door Camry in quite a while. It’s surprising how something can be so rare yet so viscerally mundane.

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Ooh, rare not-quite-JDM goodness! I am reminded by that fading clear coat that the Infinity M45 is actually old now. And so am I (I am still quite young). What was this called in Japan again?

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I haven’t seen a Caprice this clean in a while.

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That must be one heavy container.

Not pictured: IH Scout pickup (first gen). I wish I had a picture, since it was very clean.

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