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My Wheels: Rebecca Frontino
Rebecca Frontino and her Mini Cabrio. Picture: Robert Duncan/The West Australian

Rebecca Frontino is the owner of Murano & Gullotti Gallery. While she appreciates a car with zip, she'd likely choose a Versace over a Ferrari.


MY CAR

I'm driving a black Mini Cabrio. I decided on this car because I've always thought Minis are cute. Ever since my first car, I have had several Minis. They are so easy to drive you can zip in and out anywhere at any time.


MY DREAM CAR

It would have to be a Lamborghini. Why? Because I love its shape, the streamlined fluidity and style - just like fashion.


MY FIRST CAR

It was a green Toyota Starlet that was handed down to me by my brother. My fondest memory of my first car is that it was all decked out, with subwoofers taking the whole space of the boot, lights under the car, and a big exhaust.


MY REVHEAD RATING (1-5)

Quite low, I'm not really a car enthusiast. Probably a two. To explain it better, if someone offered me a Ferrari or a Versace gown, I would take the gown.

• Murano & Gullotti has brought internationally acclaimed artist David Bromley to Perth. His Kaleidoscope exhibition will run until July 12 at Claremont Quarter. ·Murano & Gullotti has brought internationally acclaimed artist David Bromley to Perth. His Kaleidoscope exhibition will run until July 12 at Claremont Quarter.

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