Thursday, June 27, 2013

Awesome Collection Of Old Car Brochures Via MotoringConBrio

If you like old 70s, 80s, 90s classics then you'll spend the better part of today combing through the epic treasure trove of scanned car brochures posted by the guys at MotoringConBrio.  Link to MCBs article here or direction link to the brochures at some Japanese website here.  Get a look at them now before the copyright police shut them down.

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