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Mitsubishi in the WRC

Mitsubishi World Rally Championship promotional video. A little bit of Mitsubishi's history in the WRC. This video does not belong to me, I uploaded it to share with those that love Mitsubishi cars as much as I do, or even the WRC in general. Credit goes to whoever created it. Rate and comment if you like it.


 


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