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Montana LOOKBOOK #08 / 2023

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MontanaCans LOOKBOOK 2023 Issue #8 It's that time again to welcome the release of the Montana Cans Lookbook 2023 edition #8. There is no rewind button on life, making it all the more important to reflect on the year that was, and the things that happened during that period. The Montana-Cans Lookbook does just that and reflects on some of the highlights from the year prior. A moment to reflect on those things that may not have received as much shine as they deserved while being "in the moment".

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Travel RepoRtLocation Various Photography IXAP, ILT I packed my suitcase. Together with IBES from the NICE Crew, a 30-year-old Mercedes Benz, and 60 cans of Montana Black, we also brought with us plenty of motivation and a good mood. That should be enough for a good road trip I thought, and I can tell you in advance that it was. 94 Street Report Trainspecial

Belgrade Germany to Turkey. It was a damn long way to travel by car. We alternated between who slept and who drove, so after 24 hours on the road our old car was able to take its first breather in Belgrade. In a sight that we were not used to, the fresh RVR trains were relatively clean and in many cases appeared to have been given a fresh coat of paint. Only a few pieces adorned the wagons. We approached the matter relatively unspectacularly since a normally good spot was not doable at all due to construction work, and so we simply went to the yard. Unfortunately, there was still a lot of activity there when we arrived and we didn't want to wait, so we decided to paint quick pieces for which we were rewarded the next day with nice photos and a quick departure for our next destination. Sofia The next stop was in Sofia. During our pre-trip research, on Google Maps, we saw a metro layed up at a siding. We figured that seeing as we were there already anyway, we may as well take a quick look and see if we could get lucky. Nothing! Unfortunately, this was not going to happen. When we arrived at the Turkish border in the evening, the flawless customs officer saw the heap of spray cans in our car and didn’t want to let us cross the border. But of course, he gave us the option to give him the cans and then pass freely over the border without them. No way! We turned back swearing and cursing and decided to try for a second attempt. This time we hid the cans under all our clothes and we got away with it. Street Report Trainspecial 95

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