November 2016

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    The most beautiful roads and routes in Europe. Part two.

    Pon recently put together a nice overview of a number of beautiful routes on our globe. We selected a number of routes and added a beautiful route ourselves. We also chose a classic for each route with which we would like to drive one of the routes. A purely personal choice of course. Today we publish part More

  • Few kilometers: Good or Voud?

    Low mileage

    Low Mileage : Good or Voud? “Look, he's still on his first tires!” That was intended as sales support while looking at a 32-year-old motorcycle with only 7.100 miles on the odometer. Even in the past, there were already people who bought their motorcycles not to ride it. More

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    Transitional arrangement: gasoline classics from 1 December up to three months in the stable again.

    From 1 December, owners of a petrol vehicle will be allowed to park the vehicles again in the transitional arrangement for old-timers. The month of December 2016 still falls under the transitional arrangement of the current calendar year. This also applies if someone has made use of the transitional arrangement this year and wishes to waive the 2017 transitional arrangement More

  • Renovation: Nice or criminal

    Rebuild engines: Beautiful or criminal

    Rebuilding engines: In BMW classic circles it is usually clear: Only factory originals are good. Some go very far with that. We once saw a BMW fan turn away in disgust when he noticed that the piping was glued to a tank instead of pulled. Original is historically best But once was almost every More

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    Antique car fair Eelde. Busy, colorful and atmospheric.

    Under the smoke of Groningen Airport, another great edition of the International Oldtimer Fair took place in Eelde last weekend. Entirely in line with previous editions, the organization once again welcomed many visitors. They took the trouble to attend the classic festival of recognition in the north of Drenthe on Saturday or Sunday More

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    A few years ago 'your' spent Auto Motor Klassiek extensive attention to an Arkley. A polyester kit with which an Austin-Healey Sprite or an MG Midget could be turned into a kind of 'baby Morgan'. An invention of the – now late – John Britten. In Arkley Indeed, he was among other things dealer of Morgan More

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    If you've been around this world for a little longer than a few days, you will undoubtedly remember the Čezeta scooter? If not, that's okay, because the Vespa, possibly the Heinkel, maybe the Lambretta, that's what it was all about in the fifties and sixties. Design Čezeta, More

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    Biography Gijs van Lennep has been published

    Gijs van Lennep's biography was published yesterday. The book could of course only be presented in one place: at Pon, between the Porsches. 'It is not a Porsche book,' says compiler Mark Koense, 'but Gijs van Lennep's racing career is of course inextricably linked with Porsche. However, in the book you also see the More

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    Highlighted. Another few showpieces from the Duemila Ruote auction in Milan.

    This weekend, RM Sotheby's will auction an almost infinite number of (classic) motorcycles, cars, bicycles, automobilia and boats during the Duemila Ruote. The collection - once collected by the Italian Luigi Compiano - will be auctioned in Fiera Milano. The complete range will probably be sold. There is no reserve on any of the offered objects More

  • 6 V, 12 V, halogen, LED. And back?

    6 V, 12 V, halogen, LED lighting. And back?

    Once upon a time, motorcyclists and motorists groped through the darkness. The then common 6 V lighting provided mood lighting and ensured that you were seen at best. The switch to 12 V had all kinds of technical reasons, but a very pleasant side effect was that a 12 V installation for more light More

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