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Asardo (Gray Back) COMC REVIEWED Good to VG-EX (Trading Card) 1961 Topps Sports Cars #12.1

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church of Vezzi Portio di asardo al 19 April 2009


Only three correct answers to last week’s quiz car. And we admit that it was a difficult one, as there has been only one prototype. The three correct answers came from jury member Robbie Marenzi and both one-time winners Kaspars Dortāns and Fred de Mol. Kaspars answer was very complete, but a bit too long, yet he told us that the , manufactured by the American Special Automotive Research and Design Organization of Bergen, New Jersey still exists and is presently for sale. But this week’s prize must go to Fred de Mol because he came up with two very different version of the Asardo, one while , one in . Both cartoons were drawn by the Belgian writer of comic books . Fred has now scored three wins in a row (two postwar, one prewar), well done!

(photo courtesy Karl Ludvigsen Library)

me recordaba a un coche que vi en una exposicion en un centro comercial en Asturias,voy a mirar la foto y es el mismo,un Asardo,el mismo que robaron,que se sabe de esta misteriosa marca y de este modelo de

S. Giorgio village (Vezzi-Portio) di asardo al 05 November 2010

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houses of S. Giorgio (Vezzi-Portio) di asardo al 05 November 2010


Only three correct answers to last week’s quiz car. And we admit that it was a difficult one, as there has been only one prototype. The three correct answers came from jury member Robbie Marenzi and both one-time winners Kaspars Dortāns and Fred de Mol. Kaspars answer was very complete, but a bit too long, yet he told us that the , manufactured by the American Special Automotive Research and Design Organization of Bergen, New Jersey still exists and is presently for sale. But this week’s prize must go to Fred de Mol because he came up with two very different version of the Asardo, one while , one in . Both cartoons were drawn by the Belgian writer of comic books . Fred has now scored three wins in a row (two postwar, one prewar), well done!

(photo courtesy Karl Ludvigsen Library)

The asado is the most popular social gathering in Argentina and no weekend is truly complete without it. It's a celebration of seared meat and flame, filled with good times and liberally doused with and and coke.