Their two vintage cars are one of the things that have kept their relationship going strong for decades, after the love for each other, of course.
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When Marina Azinovic passed her driving test, her husband Zvonka gifted her his 1982 VW Golf Mk I and bought himself a 1979 Opel Kadett. Decades later, the couple and their cars are still going strong.
Marina reckons she's driven more than one million kilometres in her Golf but wouldn't really know since her odometer hasn't been working for the past 20 years. While it might have once been Zvonka's car, he is no longer allowed to drive it, says Marina - but yet still keeps it mechanically sound for his wife.
"He's a good driver, but I just don't let anyone drive my car," Marina says.
While the Golf Mk1 is still very popular in South Africa, and often an easy target of vehicle crime here, it's quite the opposite for this 43-year-old car in Bosnia. Marina says it's an old car and no one would want to drive it in Bosnia, making it quite safe since no one would even want to steal it.