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March 02, 2009


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He saw humor, rightly enough, in a car built and sold in Germany by an American-owned company and named after a tourist attraction in Italy.

Wow, that's an amazing ride! I hope I can find one of these during the weekend when I look through those car dealerships in Burlington, Ontario. I like the cars from the 60's until the 80's. If I manage to buy a classic car, I'd pimp it up just like what Xzibit would've done to an old washed up car.

Now that's a brilliant concept. And arts display with a classic as a centerpiece. Can't argue with that. As far as I can tell, that Capri still looks good. Modern art with an unforgettable classic. Nice!

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