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The soft curves of the 2012 Paris Motor Show

The soft curves of the 2012 Paris Motor Show



From the City of Love brings us the 2012 Paris Motor Show. No motor show is complete without the lovely booth ladies gracing the event. Despite the economic uncertainty in Europe, participating brands at the Paris Motor Show does not sting on putting on a good show.


Prepare to feast your eyes on the beautiful ladies from the 2012 Paris Motor Show.































Photo Credit: worldcarfans.com, carscoop.blogspot.com

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