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Old 1st September 2005, 07:21   #1
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The most important pics of the Concorso.

These are the best designs of engineering I witnessed. The only problem was that some stupid person placed all thesed really weird Italian cars all over the place. It was real hard trying to follow these fine examples of femininity around all these vehicles. Next time, maybe they could have a "corral" or something, dedicated to these beautiful creations.


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Great pics! Nice designs indeed
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Too bad there were no cars there.
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Re: The most important pics of the Concorso.

The word ''Peach'' comes to mind!!!


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Re: The most important pics of the Concorso.

What the hell, I can't see the cars for those girls in the way!!! And then, that butt takes up all the pic!!!! Just kidding!!

Every M5 should come with one as standard equipment, you know to just stand around the car when its parked! LOL!
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What about some more.....
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