Is there anything more #ThrowbackThursday than the Eternal City of Rome? Watch this, then come down a test drive an Abarth. Or any of our 500 models, Pop, X or the Pope's personal fave, the 500L! http://www.autoblog.com/2015/10/08/drive-in-rome-the-list-0476/
1919 Fiat 501: “’La saetta del Re’ gained its name because at the time, it was produced exclusively for the Italian Royal Army. The model also owes its fame to its widespread use as a taxi over the coming years. In 1919 it was presented at the Turin Motor Show for civilian use,” explains the Fiat website. It came with 23 horsepower and had a top speed of 70 km/h.
Nothing like spreading some holiday cheer around. April is a teacher in East Las Vegas who has to make a daily commute from Boulder City to Eldorado HS. Her car broke down and she needed to find a great deal before she goes back to school. After learning that she's a teacher the boss cut her a smokin' deal, he knows first hand that teachers don't get paid enough in Nevada. She broke out in tears when we told her it's a deal! #MerryChristmas #WeLoveTeachers