Showing posts with label cars. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cars. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Old Car

 Strangely enough, Good Friday is a holiday in India.  That was the day I was walking on a tour and saw this old Indian car.  Pretty neat and well kept!

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Tiny Car In France

 This little car was parked along the quay in Trouville.  It got a lot of attention from passers-by, and was parked there often. 

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

It Got Us Through

This Skoda Yeti was the car we rented in France.  It was a free upgrade from the compact car we were supposed to get.  We drove approximately four thousand kilometers in eighteen days.  The Yeti went through this, including back country roads, with little fuss.  It was small, but roomy enough for the two of us.  We did not feel crowded in the front seats.  One thing we were annoyed with was the Yeti's extreme reluctance to go in reverse.  It was always a fight when we had to back up.  This was consistent the whole time, and seemed to be a "feature" of the car.  It also had a very large turning radius. 
This was the first Skoda we've driven.  We felt it was solidly built, but will not be looking to drive one again.  The reverse is definitely a problem for us.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Cool Old Motorcycle

This was parked in Bender outside the cemetery.  I have no idea of the brand, but it's definitely old and awesome and well used.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Mall Peugeot

 Don't see any Peugeots in the US, so this is for all the Americans.  It actually looks pretty, but I bet the steering radius is awful.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Odessa Muscle? Car

Not sure what it was, or what its engine size was, but it looked striking enough on the street for me to ask for pictures!

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Random Audi

 This car was sitting in MallDova last month on display.  It's an Audi A1, and yes, there are some on the road.  For as poor a country as this place is, it's got more than its share of BMW's, Porsches, Mercedes, and  Ferraris.