Mopars on Vacation - Summer Jamboree (Pics and video)

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  1. lordoffrisco

    lordoffrisco Lord and man of honor

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    Hello Fabo,

    This year I decided to make a trip to Senigallia, Italy to the "Hottest Rockin' Holiday on Earth", the lovely Summer Jamboree #18 festival, with my fish. It was the first long trip for my Barracuda since I bought it last winter and a real test, 'cause the weather was freaking hot and the sun was burning down. But the fish was awesome and it was a lot of fun to drive it. As a little help another Plymouth joined the trip down to Italy - 1966 Valiant Station 200 four speed.

    The Summer Jamboree festival was as cool and stylish as usual. Rockin' and swingin' bands, including Chris Montez(!), and some old cars - and nothing is cooler when you are strolling down the lungomare and you spot some classic cars. And Senigallia is a fine backdrop for classic cars!

    Here are some Pics:
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    Natural born enemies:
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    Back in time... 1966
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    273C.I. 4speed Valiant Station 200; 273C.I. 4bbl Barracuda; 289C.I. 4Speed Mustang;

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    Now a short HD-video:
    SUMMER JAMBOREE #18

    The video is around 7min long, including cars, bands and dance scenes.

    Have some fun watching it!!!
     
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    • searcher1990

      searcher1990 Well-Known Member

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      GREAT PICTURES, THANKS FOR SHARING.
       
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      The Video is cool, especially the music.....

      Some more pics:

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    • kowalski440

      kowalski440 Well-Known Member

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      Pics make me think of Florida..is the the weather similar? Or is it more like our SW desert heat?
       
    • barbee6043

      barbee6043 barbee 6043 FABO Gold Member

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      thanks for sharing,, lots of cool rides!!!!
      so how HOT IS HOT!?????? ha
       
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      Weather in Italy is similar to Florida.

      ...and hot means about 40 degrees Celsius ( above 100 degrees Fahrenheit), in Death Valley its a way hotter...
       
    • gmopar59

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      Excellent pics and vid. Didn't know the Italians are into American cars. Learnt something new.
       
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      • seabee

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        Loved it! Reminded me of the time I spent in Ostia Italy.

        Never saw many Mopars there but do remember a blue duster that was parked down the street from where I was living.

        That Jamboree looked like a blast!

        You drove down to Sig from Austria?
         
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        • 66fyssh

          66fyssh Don't Stop Believin' FABO Gold Member

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          Awesome video!!

          Looks like a really good time!!!
           
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            We took the nighttrain from Vienna to Verona with the cars onboard, then there were only 320 kilometers left to reach Senigallia....
            In the past we did the whole trip - about 1000 kilometers one direction - on the road, but it became a boring thing over the years, therefore we decided to use the train and now we start our holidays in Verona. 300 kilometers through the Emiglia Romana is a fun to drive.

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            • seabee

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              Oh, I misread Senigallia as "Sigonella" which is way down in Sicilly.

              The train idea is great
               
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