Denmark may not seem like a car lover’s paradise. No car manufacturing industry, except the City-EL and the Zenvo. And no big international races. Yet it doesn’t seem surprising to see a 1972 Ford Mustang notchback cruising the local ice-cream shop on a summer evening. There’s plenty of car guys here.
Some older classics like this coffee-brown Renault still cruise the streets. More common are late-model BMW sports sedans with aftermarket wheels and big wings.
In a way, the car scene is similar to Toronto. Japanese cars are the choice of the youngsters because they are easy to customize, and they’re relatively cheap. But anyone who can get their hands on an old school ride (American or European) gains a lot of street credibility.