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Fiat 500 Convertible hung in the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Airport

Fiat 500 Convertible hung in the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Airport

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To mark the launch of its 500 Convertible, Fiat has suspended one of the vehicles from the ceiling of the Rhein-Main Airport in Frankfurt. Maybe something got lost in the translation, but we tend to thing of upside-down cars -- especially convertibles -- as a bad thing. And really: just one? Heck, if you're going to do it, follow the lead of Cai Guo-Qiang and go all-out.

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  1. They should of gave it a "spider-man" paint job!!
     
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  2. ...or whatever the German equivalent might be. Brat Man?
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    Come to think of it, that sounds pretty good.
     
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  3. @docilej
    You're right, Fiat did miss a trick there.
    This kind of reminds me of something Top Gear might do. A feature on all the things you can do with a small car. Including stringing it up from the ceiling of Frankfurt airport...
     
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