We cannot deny that the crisis generated by the uncontrollable expansion of the SARS-CoV2 virus caught us all off guard. And that has already been said from China. The point is that We have been dragging all kinds of restrictions for two years to try to control and eradicate this pandemic, which have been generating all kinds of fears and conditioning the lives of everyone. From business closure to the cancellation or non-performance of the different events that have been carried out for a long time.
The problem, basically, has been the concentration of people and the fear of contagion. However, thanks to the passage of time and the restrictions, whether we like it or not, have been having good results, today we can begin to enjoy our life as we did before. Vaccine through, we are seeing how little by little, normal activity recovers; the shops are full, the bars are again full of people and luckily for fans of the classics, the rallies are back.
The concentrations of classic vehicles, those that give so much play for many people and we like car fans so much, they cover the national geography again allowing those who do not have a classic at home to enjoy it, as well as those who do and take the opportunity to go for a walk.
This happened a few days ago in Los Yébenes, in Toledo, where a concentration of classic vehicles was held, but it had a good reason to take place: it was a concentration for the benefit of ADEMT, the Toledo Multiple Sclerosis Association. In addition, next to the cars exhibited there and the stalls with different offers, there was also one more reason to go: the raffle for a Renault 4.
The entire concentration was organized by Mr. Manuel Valiente, nothing less than the owner of the spectacular Dodge Dart GT elongated that we showed you a few days ago. Manuel managed to gather a good roster of models, with a large presence of popular classics, so loved in Spain. From cars rarely seen in concentrations such as a Talbot Horizon and a Talbot Solara, through a good number of Citroën 2CV, SEAT 600 and models not so "old" such as a unit of the first generation of the Porsche Boxster, the first delivery of the Renault Clio Sport 172 hp and an Audi Coupé.
There were more specimens to behold, such as a pair of spectacular SEAT 1400s or a huge Cadillac Deville from the 70s. Cars for all tastes, which unfortunately had to be looked at almost on the run because the rain made an appearance. It was not much, but the intensity was in crescendo and for a while we all had to take shelter.