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    “Reinventing The Steel” by Pantera. Being outside today I can easily relate to the guy on the front cover of this album. “Reinventing The Steel” was released almost 20 years ago and due to very horrific circumstances it would be the last Pantera studio album. I was fortunate to be able to catch Pantera on their last US tour. At that point in time I never thought “Reinventing The Steel” would be the last Pantera album and that show would be the last time I’d see them. Ugh.🤘🔥#nowplaying #reinventingthesteel #pantera #panteraband #revolutionismyname #goddamnelectric #heavymetalmusic #heavymetal

    “Reinventing The Steel” by Pantera. Being outside today I can easily relate to the guy on the front cover of this album. “Reinventing The Steel” was released almost 20 years ago and due to very horrific circumstances it would be the last Pantera studio album. I was fortunate to be able to catch Pantera on their last US tour. At that point in time I never thought “Reinventing The Steel” would be the last Pantera album and that show would be the last time I’d see them. Ugh.🤘🔥 #nowplaying #reinventingthesteel #pantera #panteraband #revolutionismyname #goddamnelectric #heavymetalmusic #heavymetal

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    Not one, not two, but three Sprints of the 102/106 series at the @clubalfisti_veneto meeting: two 2600 Sprint and one extremely rare 2000 Sprint. The later is one of the most exclusive Alfas produced after the war, with just 704 units built by @bertone.official and unfortunately very few surviving today. Its successor, the 2600 Sprint was way more successful, with 6999 units produced. The main external differentiation from its predecessor was the bonnet air scoop, signaling the adoption of what became the last inline six-cylinder engine with twin overhead camshafts installed on an Alfa Romeo.
 It was a true Gran Tourer of its day, oozing class and stateliness. It was used even by the Italian Police and Carabinieri forces for patrolling (at what must have been a very fast pace) the autostradas of Italy. Back then art was imitating life, so it got be featured in numerous films, with the robbery movie becoming a popular genre just as Italy was turning more and more violent towards the end of the 1960s. -
These are just some of the gems seen at the "Memorial Fratelli Benetello", for more of the same check out the link in bio.
Story and photography by @federico.delami

    Not one, not two, but three Sprints of the 102/106 series at the @clubalfisti_veneto meeting: two 2600 Sprint and one extremely rare 2000 Sprint. The later is one of the most exclusive Alfas produced after the war, with just 704 units built by @bertone.official and unfortunately very few surviving today. Its successor, the 2600 Sprint was way more successful, with 6999 units produced. The main external differentiation from its predecessor was the bonnet air scoop, signaling the adoption of what became the last inline six-cylinder engine with twin overhead camshafts installed on an Alfa Romeo.
    It was a true Gran Tourer of its day, oozing class and stateliness. It was used even by the Italian Police and Carabinieri forces for patrolling (at what must have been a very fast pace) the autostradas of Italy. Back then art was imitating life, so it got be featured in numerous films, with the robbery movie becoming a popular genre just as Italy was turning more and more violent towards the end of the 1960s. -
    These are just some of the gems seen at the "Memorial Fratelli Benetello", for more of the same check out the link in bio.
    Story and photography by @federico.delami

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    New box, ratty and a cool summer breeze 😻

    New box, ratty and a cool summer breeze 😻

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