November 2017

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  • cam dash

    MiVue 792 Dash Cam - review

    The holidays are approaching, Sinterklaas – with the type of Piet of your choice – Christmas. We get it. It was only natural that we were approached by a PR lady who asked us if we wanted to pass judgment on the Mio MiVue 792, a dash cam with - fair is fair - too Read more

  • France

    'Dupont' a kind of French Jansen

    Luc Dupont. That's just as much a name as Piet Jansen in France. Luc, Monsieur Luc Dupont, runs, between Carcassonne and the Mediterranean. In that top environment he restores Ford Mustangs as a side income and as a hobby. Don't think of a large-scale event, but of one or two cars per day Read more

  • Renault 21

    The Renault 21. You see them a lot ...

    The Renault 21 was made from 1986 to 1994. And do you remember the last time you saw one? That may have been last summer in France. Because there R21s (and R25s) function as the absolute bottom end of transport by automobile. The Renaults that are still there Read more

  • transitional arrangement

    Transitional arrangement: conditions for gasoline classics as of December 1 back in force

    As of December 1, owners of a petrol vehicle will be allowed to park the vehicles again in the transitional arrangement for old-timers. The month of December 2017 still falls under the regulation of the current calendar year. This also applies if someone has made use of the transitional arrangement this year and wishes to waive the 2018 transitional arrangement Read more

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    Ducati 750 SS, Laverda SFC and Guzzi Telaio Rosso

    The Ducati 750 SS, Laverda SFC and Moto Guzzi Telaio Rosso. Those are all three legendary motorcycles with the greatest similarity that there are now more of them than the respective factories have ever produced. However unclear the Italian production figures are. The Ducati 750 SS In Auto Motor Klassiek is an extensive Read more

  • in

    Suzuki turbos. Those were the best turbos

    Suzuki turbo motorcycles? Those were the Suzuki XN85s that were made for about two years from 1983. And that entire production amounted to 1153 units. There is therefore only an unofficial site: The Suzuki XN85 turbo was Suzuki's contribution to the short but powerful Turbo era, the era when every Japanese constructor had a Read more

  • AMC Eagle

    AMC Eagle, landed earlier than the rest

    Many a car manufacturer claims to have put the very first crossover sister or crossover like this in the desperately hip-hungry market. But the AMC eagle landed way before. American steel Above all, the first real crossover was born more or less out of necessity. It was the late XNUMXs and no one was waiting for hip. It Read more

  • BMW

    BMW 02

    Something to keep an eye on, a BMW from the 02 series, because they are also getting more expensive. After the Bavarian car manufacturer was rescued by the success of the 1500, 1800 and 2000, the 1966 series followed in 02, indicating that it was a 2-door version. 1600-2 to 1602 Also powered Read more

  • Russian classics

    Russian classics will stay here

    Yesterday we talked about all those classics that are brought back to their respective countries of origin Russian classics fall outside that trend. Because despite the fact that nowadays there are also a lot of people with (sometimes insanely large) money in the former USSR, there are still no signs that they Read more

  • in

    Classics go worldwide

    Classics don't often stay in the Netherlands. Classics often cross the border. That is known. At some traders, between 80-90% of the turnover comes from various foreign countries. There is an explanation for that. The Dutch classic world blossomed early. There was already lively interest and money for classics here when they Read more

  • Jaguar S-type
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    Jaguar S-type 3.8 Liter 1966

    When you see this 3.8 Jaguar S-type 1966 Liter, tears come to your eyes. After a carburetor fire, the Noble Roofkat (for punishment?) had to spend at least three decades outside in the open air. Nature had taken care of it. The owner of this fine property died, the heirs Read more

  • Wheels

    Rims for classic cars 

    From the first automobile to the modern rim By: Rick Vugts – Wheelpoint Searching for the appropriate rims that match your classic car can quickly feel like looking for a needle in a haystack due to the huge range on offer. Ultimately, this remains mainly a personal choice and we will certainly not Read more

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