Weekly Photo Challenge: (Extra)ordinary

Well, cars are quite ordinary in our modern world, but there are some extraordinary cars, motorbikes and other vehicles. I have photographed some very rare and partly ancient ones like an old beetle VW, an old fire engine from Greece, an Opel Ascona 1.2/SR (built between 1970 – 1988) and a fantastic Jaguar MK IX (from 1958), which I found in a very expensive area of Hamburg. You will see as well some other very funny vehicles and some sort of a racing car from Kefalonia, Greece, which fits perfectly with the election poster of the Greek Communist Party above .

 

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26 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: (Extra)ordinary

  1. Nice display of old, rare and collectible beauties, we had or better my father had a beetle VW which was blue for a long time, we even gave a name with my brother. Really lovely nostalgic shots bringing back some old memories of a long time gone time. Thanks for sharing Mitza!
    Have a super great weekend~Eva 🙂

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    • Hi Eva, yes, we had a very old VW beetle, too with a divided rear window still. I’m not really interested in cars but had these photos and the WPC was really fitting. Thank you for your nice words, dear Eva, have a super great weekend, too, kind regards Mitza

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      • It shapes up to be a lovely Saturday, nice and sunny but a bit cold +4C, love the smell of this season, later in the afternoon will go for a stroll down the ocean to fill up my lungs and soak up the Sun! Enjoy your weekend as well!~Eva 🙂

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    • Vielen Dank, Jule. Die meisten Autos spotten der Beschreibung “Auto”. Die werden fast nur noch von Tesafilm gehalten. Es scheint dort keinen TÜV zu geben und alte Autos werden einfach irgendwo hingestellt. Aber es gibt wirklich witzige Fahrzeuge dort. Früher gab es noch Esel, das war auch schön. Viele Grüße und evtl. bis Dienstag, Mitza

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