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Old 18-07-2010   #1
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Smile The Bravo VS The mountain

Today I drove the bravo on a very twisty mountain road.

It was hot and foggy, fast and very fun to drive. It was a nice change from the daily city driving we're used to.

Beautiful scenery on the high Atlas mountains in northern Morocco not to mention it was nice to test the bravo's handling at high speeds and extremly tight corners, going up and down at very high altitudes.

Enjoy these few photos :







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At the end, there was a beach :)

And all the mountain driving was to get even more fun once we got here :





Welcome to Tamuda Bay, the Bravo enjoyed very long sun baths and came back with a nice tan.
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Re: The Bravo VS The mountain

Mate that looks fantastic!!!! Gonna have to do that when i get back to Spain! Can see Morroco from where I live. How was the handling? Good?

Cheers for the pics!
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Re: The Bravo VS The mountain

Some great photos there looks like a good drive.

Are those the standard 17inch alloys?
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Thanks, the handling was fine, I did try not to brake too hard to avoid killing the tyres.

There was a Golf at one time trying to keep up with me, he couldn't take it and stopped trying after a while, I bet his crappy car gave him a scare on a corner.

yes these are the standard 17" alloys, everything's standard in my car even the tinted windows and it looks perfect that way IMO.
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Great pictures!
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Fantastic ! ! !

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Ahhh the memories, reminding me to take another joy ride one of these days...
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Beautiful car, beautiful scenery: I am sure you had a great time out there! Awesome colour by the way.
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