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  • Matthew Lange

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    Another great video. I now feel I need to pay more attention to my attire when I'm driving as I'm not stylish enough :)

  • Steve Fitz

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    This gives me so much perspective on how good we have it in the US with easy regulations, cheap gas, and great roads. What a beautiful car, it is a shame to bridle it with so many restrictions. If anything it should be exempt.

  • Jim Valcarcel

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    The thing about ALL videos that you folks do is that the people are every bit as interesting as the cars themselves.
    This video is no exception! Nice people that really love their cars. Do I need to say this is another great video by
    you wonderful people? YES I DO!!

  • Afshin Behnia

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    Thanks Jim!

    We've found that those who care about quality stuff tend to be interesting people.

  • Francesco

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    I must disagree on some things told by my fellow citizen as I live in Milano too, and even if it's true that you can't drive these cars from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. from monday to friday (so basically you can't go to work with such cars, but sometimes I do it, no matter how) you must pay the fee to access to the historical center even with a new car bought yesterday. And this is true only for three or four cities in Italy, that's it.
    And, with all the due respect for the endless american roads (I drove there), I prefer to drive my GT Junior on a road full of bends, even if it's shorter and tighter.

  • Francesco

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    I forgot to say: great video as usual.;)

  • Eddie Relvas

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    Awesome video, as usual... you guys are spoiling us rotten with so many great productions! Keep at it!

    On a side note, I quite appreciate these rare Fiats. I have a resto project (long-term) Fiat 2100, which is the sedan on which these were originally based. One thing I am quite curious to hear and feel is this italian straight six pulling, it always sounds so lusty and smooth!

    from Portugal
  • Johnny02

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    I'd prefer the roads of Italy as well. I've ridden my road bike (bicycle) around the lakes region (and Milan, yikes!) and they are just stunning. I could do it on a daily basis. Up and over mountains. There are roads like that here in the US, but if one were to plan a trip a lot of research would be prudent, and you may still have long sections of boring straight highway. Not to mention driving in NYC in that beautiful Fiat would be hair-raising. But hey, if you can drive in Milan you can survive anywhere.

  • Stefan Damico

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    A passionate dialogue about the Fiat and its relationship to your life. I just completed a 2,800 mile road trip across the USA and enjoyed bonding with my classic. I too was happy a fill-up at $50, compared to the $100 plus I was paying in Europe when living there a few years back. I was never once bored on the trip, just enjoyed the ride....with AAA membership in pocket of course :)

  • Ray Beltran

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    "…you cannot drive, without thinking of driving…" "…after 200km, you have to stop…maybe let the car rest awhile, and then you start again…"

    When cars had a sense of soul, and were not so much appliances.