Every day that passes I am more convinced that Poland is one of the countries most petrolhead in Europe. Because things like these don’t come every day. Mrs. Michalina Borowczyk-Jedrzejek is a pensioner of the Polish 81 years. We might think that he spends his days at home watching television or doing point. Are we doing wrong. she spends her days behind the wheel of his Subaru WRX STI, car to the that has been saving nothing less than 13 years. More, I want to be like this old Polish lady. This is her lovely story.
Your pension and your monthly income serve to nourish and keep its favorite son: a Subaru WRX STI silver.
Michalina Borowczyk-Jedrzejek receives a pension standard Polish, which just serve in order to survive each month: the average pension in Poland is 504 euros per month. However, this lady has had the good fortune of inherit several floors of a close family member. Has managed these flats, and is dedicated to rent them to obtain their livelihood monthly. In addition, it is a real petrolhead, confirming our theory that the true fans of the car does not understand of ages, sexes or nationalities. We are all petrolheads.
for years – in which it has been possessing several Opel and a BMW – had a clear objective in mind: to be the owner of a rally car street. Your car could not be other than a Subaru WRX STI with 300 HP of power coming from a four-cylinder turbo opposites. “This car has a soul, a heart. Unlike other cars, has me hooked“. After having led briefly last year, I can understand your reasoning. There is something truly old-school in the WRX STI.
, wearing gloves to drive, mrs. Michalina Borowczyk-Jedrzejek runs about 15,000 km per year in his Subaru silver, equipped with sports seats and a very tough change manual. Although she lives in the city of Katowice, moves usually to the cities of Czestochowa, Krakow and Wroclaw to visit their flats rented out and meet the demands of their tenants. The channel Polish onet.tv – in your program TVN Turbo – has interviewed this old lady, who you can see driving your Subaru in this video.
Unfortunately, the interview is in Polish and has no subtitles. We have to see the video and sigh for a retirement like that of this lady. When I grow up, I want to be like her.