The Festival of the Unexceptional Concours de l'Ordinaire | Hagerty's Show Celebrating Average Cars!

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The Festival of the Unexceptional Concours de l'Ordinaire | Hagerty's Show Celebrating Average Cars!

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Hagerty's Show Celebrating Average Cars!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSrSqGMQjbU

The Winning Proton !

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I like it :)
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"These cars are competing to be the most unexceptional"!

What would you call the winner? Exceptionally unexceptional?

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Brilliant, always fancied an early Twingo. Small and boxy, everything a replacement Mini should have been.
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First Twingos were never sold in RHD. One of the last proper basic cars. Also had lots of mint green bits on the inside

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I'd have an early Fiat Panda, typical Italian box with an engine that will rev and handling that suits both twisty lanes and city race tracks

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