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Carspotting: Berlin, 1972

Posted September 01, 2022 5:00 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: Berlin carspotting

Date: 1972

Location: West Berlin, Germany

Source: found photo, via David Pirmann / Flickr

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09/01/2022 11:53 AM

No shortage of Beetles.

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09/07/2022 7:39 AM

A lot more lead in the air that would be found nowadays.

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