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“THEIR CONVERSATION WAS VERY DIFFERENT TO MY PLAYGROUND CONVERSATIONS”

CAR ASPIRATIONS ARE CHANGING, NATURALLY

I GREW UP in the 1980s and loved everything about cars of that era. Our family car was a V8 SLR Torana. My bedroom wall included a Group A Brock Commodore and Lamborghini Diablo. These cars were designed to make motoring fun and enjoyable, not simply a mode of transport.

In fear that such cars are slowly becoming less available, my 67-year-old father-in-law recently purchased a GT Mustang. It makes me wonder what cars will make up your Databank in 2030?

I recently overheard my 10-year-old son talking to his friend about cars. I was immediately excited that some of my father’s passion for cars had passed down to another family generation. However,

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