The 1950s car turning heads in Syria Rent-a-sister: Coaxing Japan’s hikikomori 1 day ago   02:15

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Neither war nor the Islamic State group has stopped Abu Malek driving his 1952 classic car across Syria.
The 67-year-old DeSoto Powermaster is a bit worse for wear, but still works.

Fifty years ago, the petrol engine was switched for a British tractor engine.

Before the most recent war, when fuel was better quality, Abu Malwk says it could reach 140km per hour.

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I wish I could send him the parts for the body, they are somewhat plentiful out where i am in Canada. I have the Dodge version of this car myself!
Isaac James Oswald
It's Titanic of the road and still rolling !
Shaun Walford
I’d rather that than a lot of new cars sold today
Power Play
How many bullet holes does that have?
blue smoke is coming out of the exhaust. thats not a good thing.
Task Force 117
This car is a survivor
Mad Jack Churchill
I'd give it a good lick of paint if he wanted.
Kennith Chapman
Can't beat old American muscle!
Muhd Sufian
car body from the ZIONIST AMERICANS & car engine from the ZIONIST BRITISH = PROPAGANDA
Link Home BD
nice car
Why no reports of Syria Army victories over bbcs murdering and raping cannibal heroes....the 'regime' is hoo 😭 🇸🇾
Daekyoung Jung
Joe 90 Roll2003
BBC you have managed to alienate the tribalistic Amazonian working class! I hear they are fine young cannibals!!! Bye Bye BBC your fake news is fooling no one! Good riddance!
I bet it stinks inside, just like the BBC.
Stupid to destroy that unique engine sound with an annoying tune
PZ9 The best fighter
Perfect car for bigger bombs thicker metal not like the new ones made out of plastic
From an era of white supremacy and evil male patriarchy, scrap it.
Magen Ervin
Now if only those violent refugees got their act together and moved back to the country to rebuild it, maybe these middle Eastern countries wouldn't become failed States.
unpaid troll
the suicide doors are perfect for the suicide society.
George Of The Jungle
Nice car!
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Rent-a-sister: Coaxing Japan’s hikikomori The 1950s car turning heads in Syria 1 day ago   12:56

At least half a million young men in Japan are thought to have withdrawn from society, and refuse to leave their bedrooms. They’re known as hikikomori.

Their families often don’t know what to do, but one organisation is offering ‘sisters for hire’ to help coax these young men out of their isolation.

A film by Amelia Martyn-Hemphill for BBC World Hacks

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