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31 July 2012

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Leisa Dreps

That is an unbelievable classic! I had no idea Zaz’s was THAT small! It does look like it has been maintained very well, if not restored. I’m quite a fan of the suicide doors, but the engine being in the back threw me for a loop for a while, haha! I love that it starts up real quietly, too. Did you take this for a ride? I’d love to know what it’s like to be behind the wheel of one of these beauties.

Garage Equipment

I totally agree with you Leisa. I think the Volkswagen we have now is more spacious then this car. It is rather cute compared to what I have in mind. Also this car looks a lot like Mr. Bean's car.

Dewey Setlak

Haha, it DOES look like Mr Bean’s car! It’s strange to see a car with the engine at the back and the spare tire and gas tank in the front nowadays, since it’s the other way around now. But, that just makes this car even more valuable as a classic that car collectors would surely love.

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