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Rome, Italy - May 17, 2013: U.S.A. citizens David Eichenbaum and Jonathan Elliott on their Chrysler 75 (1929) waving at the cheering crowd in Castel Sant'Angelo, in Rome, on the second day's closing part of 2013 Mille Miglia. Mille Miglia nowadays is a competitive re-enactment of the world-famous homonymous rally who took place between 1927 and 1957 along Italy's streets, cities and towns. Its strict rules allow only cars whose model participated at least once to the actual rally, and 2013 edition counted more than 350 vintage cars with noticeable drivers and co-drivers such as former F1 pilots, models, actors, fashion icons, car-company founders' descendants and many others along with common passionated people. Mille Miglia has been called 'the most beautiful race in the world'.
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U.S.A. citizens David Eichenbaum and Jonathan Elliott on their Chrysler 75 (1929) waving at the cheering crowd in Castel Sant'Angelo, in Rome, on the second day's closing part of 2013 Mille Miglia. Mille Miglia nowadays is a competitive re-enactment of the world-famous homonymous rally who took place between 1927 and 1957 along Italy's streets, cities and towns. Its strict rules allow only cars whose model participated at least once to the actual rally, and 2013 edition counted more than 350 vintage cars with noticeable drivers and co-drivers such as former F1 pilots, models, actors, fashion icons, car-company founders' descendants and many others along with common passionated people. Mille Miglia has been called 'the most beautiful race in the world'.
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