Friday, 29 October 2010

They don't make 'em like that any more!

The phrase "good quality" has a distinctly old fashioned ring, yet there is a place for such traditional expression, even in today's frenetic, cost-conscious world. The quiet popularity enjoyed by the Vanden Plas 1500 is ample proof of that, and it's an intriguing exercise to discover why discerning motorists are so convinced of its sterling qualities. To begin with, the car is totally international in concept: it would look equally at home in Rome, Paris, Vienna, or any other of the great European capitals, yet it has a distinctive air of good breeding that is unmistakably British ...

Oh my God I've burst my brain.

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