A collection of unusual cars from around the world.
Vintage car in Den Gamle By, a recreated village in Aarhus, Denmark. A slightly more up-to-date Skagen Bryghus (brewery) beer car in Skagen, Denmark. Another trend we noticed in Denmark and Sweden was the collecting of old American cars. Who knows how much it costs to ship one of these monsters over to Scandinavia?
The lads were somewhat horrified by this artwork at the ARoS Museum of Modern Art where a Lamborghini was offered up to be keyed (Aarhus, Denmark)Our Malham walk in the Yorkshire Dales of England ended up at an old stone pub with this vintage vehicle parked in front. Odd vehicle with horns attached, at Fatehpur Sikri, a town with a fort and palace, just outside of Agra in India. Royal car in the garage at Dusit Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. Our spooky looking GPS and dashboard on the Ruta de Ribeira Sacra in northern Spain. License plate on an art car in Vancouver, ‘I AM (CANADIAN), EH?’.Another Canadian ‘art car, this one covered in shells. An armoured police wagon in Belfast, Ireland, UK. A purple car in front of a brightly painted house done in Fileteado, a style of painting popular in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The only type of car suitable for parking alongside city canals (This one in Amsterdam, Holland). Old cars in front of the Cine in Havana, Cuba. A yellow VW van fits right in with the brightly-coloured buildings of Puebla, Mexico. More on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cars or Trucks.