Last week I borrowed a Ferrari from a man who owns a lot of Ferraris. Some not that expensive or important, others quite exceptionally expensive and important. And in the middle of the shoot we found ourselves in a pub car park with a photographer who needed at least 20 minutes to set up his next shot. So we retired inside to get a cup of coffee. Where we found we shared a mutual love of a certain car some distance removed in concept and price – if not geography – from the exotic world of Maranello. The humble Alfasud.
The Alfasud was flawed but utterly brilliant – Thank Frankel it’s Friday
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