These cars always stand out from the rest. A photographer Maxim Shatrov met with the owners of stylish retro cars whose hobby is quite expensive. But the result seems to worth it.
Up through the 1990s we used to see Caddy Eldo convertibles around southwest Florida all the time. The Germans who winter over here absolutely loved cruising them. Sadly there are far fewer to be seen these days. A classic American cruiser. Quite an experience to drive.
Cool retros. btw kazakh number plates look like the same in GB
The first car I ever drove was a ’74 Moskvits Elite 1500. I was 14 and it was better than my first time with a woman. Much better.
That Gaz-13 1978 looks a lot like a 1956 Chevy. At least the Russians skipped the Ford Pinto.
“Do you want to have a retro car?” No, I want a retro ideology (7 Nov. 1917). And I despise Elvis….
Can’t do for yourself, so everybody has to help…or else. Nice mentality
W123 used to be a fav car of local gipsies
6k dollars for W123 buys you a car in a decent condition in Europe. Really, these prices are out of the blue sky.
Gleb bout a 73 VAZ 2101 for 1500 AND still had to do 600 worth of motor work?! Well not a full 600, he did get those crappy steelies. Wonder how much he got ripped for those? Probably cut the springs too.
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