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  • We stirred up some discussion with our last post featuring #FreddieFord next to the @ford #Mustang, that we wanted to be sure to spotlight the present day Ford Robot, Hank! Which robot do you like better, Freddie or Hank? 👇🏻 #BattleoftheRobots
  • We stirred up some discussion with our last post featuring #FreddieFord next to the @ford #Mustang, that we wanted to be sure to spotlight the present day Ford Robot, Hank! Which robot do you like better, Freddie or Hank? 👇🏻 #BattleoftheRobots
  •  49  1  14 hours ago
  • Take a look at this stunning Chiron! 😲😰
  • Take a look at this stunning Chiron! 😲😰
  •  17  15  14 hours ago
  • Commanding attention. The new #RangeRover #Evoque static display arrives at Brighton Land Rover 29.4.19.  Visit us at 229 Nepean Highway and be one of the first to see this highly anticipated SUV up close. #HelloEvoque
  • Commanding attention. The new #RangeRover #Evoque static display arrives at Brighton Land Rover 29.4.19. Visit us at 229 Nepean Highway and be one of the first to see this highly anticipated SUV up close. #HelloEvoque
  •  55  1  14 hours ago
  • Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
  • Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
  •  28  3  15 hours ago
  • Superfast sitting super still :/
  • Superfast sitting super still :/
  •  54  16  16 hours ago
  • 🤔| What do you think of the new Ferrari F8 Tributo?
👇| Tell us down below!
👉| Follow us @cadille_official for more!
📸| @ferrari
  • 🤔| What do you think of the new Ferrari F8 Tributo?
    👇| Tell us down below!
    👉| Follow us @cadille_official for more!
    📸| @ferrari
  •  70  1  16 hours ago
  • Porsche 914 (9) 🧡✴️🧡=========================
(1970, Porsche 914/6 ... The short story – extracts: Happy 50 years birthday 🎂😁🎂 The air-cooled 914 was introduced to the world in August 1969 at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany, to replace the four-cylinder 912 as Porsche’s lowest-priced car and it remained in production until 1976.
But ... from the start, there was resistance as the first 914/4’s were powered by a modest 1,7 litre flat-four engine with 80 hp from Volkswagen.
The 914 styling also strayed widely from Porsche tradition ... for example did many consider the targa roof B-pillar design as awkward.
But ... it was Germany’s first mid-engine production car, and the unique look was at the same time, by many other car enthusiasts, considered as pretty cool, since it handled great, and it established a sports car trend. The interior was notably roomy for such a small vehicle, and there were two fairly large trunks, one in front and one in back.
When they later launched the 914/6 model (as in my photos) and in this did put the more powerful 2,0 l, flat-6 engine (from the Porsche 911T) into the space just behind the seats, the performance improved considerably.
Yet the 914 in general remained branded as a “lesser Porsche” … by some nicknamed the “unloved Porsche” ... and when priced cheaply as used cars, they unfortunately sometimes fell into the hands of owners who cared for them shabbily. That might have contributed to their “bad reputation” and desirability slipped another notch.
But maybe it has finally changed now ... some signs show that things are very slowly improving for Porsche’s “Ugly Duckling” (as in the famous fairytale which the Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen wrote) since e.g. prices seem to gradually climb and I think, that I have personally read more positive articles about the Porsche 914 in the last 6-12 months, than in the last 10 year’s ... and IMHO it deserves the appreciation – I love its “quirkyness” – if we all looked the same, the world would be a boring place to live in 😉
Disclaimer: I might not personally know neither the owner nor car, so I can’t guarantee the originality of the car in my photos)
  • Porsche 914 (9) 🧡✴️🧡=========================
    (1970, Porsche 914/6 ... The short story – extracts: Happy 50 years birthday 🎂😁🎂 The air-cooled 914 was introduced to the world in August 1969 at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany, to replace the four-cylinder 912 as Porsche’s lowest-priced car and it remained in production until 1976.
    But ... from the start, there was resistance as the first 914/4’s were powered by a modest 1,7 litre flat-four engine with 80 hp from Volkswagen.
    The 914 styling also strayed widely from Porsche tradition ... for example did many consider the targa roof B-pillar design as awkward.
    But ... it was Germany’s first mid-engine production car, and the unique look was at the same time, by many other car enthusiasts, considered as pretty cool, since it handled great, and it established a sports car trend. The interior was notably roomy for such a small vehicle, and there were two fairly large trunks, one in front and one in back.
    When they later launched the 914/6 model (as in my photos) and in this did put the more powerful 2,0 l, flat-6 engine (from the Porsche 911T) into the space just behind the seats, the performance improved considerably.
    Yet the 914 in general remained branded as a “lesser Porsche” … by some nicknamed the “unloved Porsche” ... and when priced cheaply as used cars, they unfortunately sometimes fell into the hands of owners who cared for them shabbily. That might have contributed to their “bad reputation” and desirability slipped another notch.
    But maybe it has finally changed now ... some signs show that things are very slowly improving for Porsche’s “Ugly Duckling” (as in the famous fairytale which the Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen wrote) since e.g. prices seem to gradually climb and I think, that I have personally read more positive articles about the Porsche 914 in the last 6-12 months, than in the last 10 year’s ... and IMHO it deserves the appreciation – I love its “quirkyness” – if we all looked the same, the world would be a boring place to live in 😉
    Disclaimer: I might not personally know neither the owner nor car, so I can’t guarantee the originality of the car in my photos)
  •  102  5  17 hours ago