A few weeks ago we have a Saab 99 in the underground car park of a Frankfurt hotel the geborg. The box, in which the Saab had stood for more than 25 years, was full of automobile fragments. Rims that didn't just come from Saab, literature, indefinable spare parts and a historic IBM notebook.
The motorcycle parts were a bit out of line. We had expected cars and everything that goes with them, but less so with motorcycles. As is usual with these campaigns, some things go into the container. Maybe because you have no idea where the part could belong. Or because you simply have no relation to motorcycles. Then the artefacts are simply rubbish that is released for disposal.
We - of course - want to do better! The parts that we don't need could be in demand elsewhere. So the Moto Guzzi motorcycle parts don't end up in the trash, but in the trunk of my Saab 9000.
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