Dole is one of those places that even Wikipedia finds hard to say much about. Lying on the Doubs River, in the Jura region of eastern France, it has a quaint centra ville with lovely old buildings, canals, places for coffee and not much else – except cars.
They were assembled in a parking lot on the edge of town, scores of them driven by cool young dudes who watched their rivals as they competed for noisiest sound system, flashest air brush paint job and possibly – lowest ground clearance in a street legal car. The young men in turn were watched by young women, attracted by the noise and the excitement. Suddenly, Dole was a cool place to be.
|Dole - population 25,000|
|Dole - Car Heaven|
|Canal side snapshot|
|Lowest Ground Clearance|
|For the family who has everything|
and needs somewhere to put it.
|Dole - Sunday Quietude|
|Something for Everyone|
|Give us a Break|
|And the winner is - this reworked Toyota Celica 1.8 1995 with 109,00 km on the clock had to be a contender. For sale: E15,000.|