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The General’s Motor 1969 GAZ M-21 Volga
First owned by a general in the Bulgarian People’s Army, this Volga is now bringing some Cold War intrigue to the streets of Cambridge. WORDS: ANDREW ROBERTS PICTURES: MATT RICHARDSON THE GENERAL’S MOTOR A slice of Soviet bureaucracy, Kiril Vitanov’s Volga is arguably the most Communist entity in Cambridge since the spy ring. Some cars inspire respect. A few that shall remain nameless inspire apathy, but a 1969 Volga has the power to evoke awe, especially when photographed in Cambridge.
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1
Performance became marketing’s big thing for cars in the Sixties and the Mustang Mach 1 was the cherry on the cake for Ford fans… The Ford Mustang is surely the number one, most evergreen example of the all-American car. From its Lee Iacocca-inspired inception on April 17, 1964, right up to its current nostalgia/retro look, the Mustang has always been with us.
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