A Korean netizen traveling in Japan snapped these photos of an apparently Japanese-owned De Lorean DMC-12, which just so happened to be my favorite car since I was a kid.
Asides, Completely Random Crap, East and Central Asia, Japan, South Korea
It looks like it’s in good shape too–there are ones selling (I googled it) for only about $30,000, which surprised me.
Personally I’d rather have a Dodge Viper, but not while I’m in Korea, no way Jose.
Back to the Future of the Alliance.
De Loreans are so very much of their time, aren’t they? I used to love them, too – mostly because of the gull-wing doors, but the look like glorified late ’80s economy cars.
They remind me to much of the early 80’s Ford Mustang, probably one of the most unfortunate designs to ever hit the roads.
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@annafifield @jakeadelstein @facklernyt I wish I could say those tactics looked strange and unfamiliar.
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@profLind Yep, that's the Shinzo Abe we've all grown to know and love.
지역 문화 발전소로 변신한 전분 공장 '제주앤트러사이트'_전성기 되찾은 재생건축 답사기 http://t.co/4qZoCHAx5T 출처 : 리빙센스 | 네이버 매거진캐스트
Photo: Just hangin’ on the porch, Namhansanseong Fortress haenggung. http://t.co/W0SMERrc0w
Photo: Looking down the other end of Sinchon Graffiti Tunnel. http://t.co/7IDJY6oCZg
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