A diplomatic placard on your car means you can park it anywhere. But what about a car that you really can park anywhere?
This eye-catching, pint-sized "official" vehicle was spotted in front of the Italian Consulate General on Webster. True to form, it was crammed in a spot the size of a cigar box.
The official consular car is "an old Plymouth." But "We are trying to change it to a Chrysler 300." What, no chance of buying a Dodge Diplomat?
Between the Fiat and the Chrysler, we encounter a mathematical oddity: In this case, 300 is larger than 500.
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