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  • Classic driving
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    Organizing and driving classic trips: Quite a job

    Apparently this weekend was the start of the classic stage season. And that kind of excursion is one of the things that apparently is always enthusiastic. Planning a ride, that's a lot of work! Because it's not just about organizing and setting out the ride. Behind every ride is a massive piece of organization More

  • Harley XLCR
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    The Harley XLCR. From unsalable to unaffordable

    Harley-Davidson has a legendary reputation. And in all the hallelujah shouting, it usually disappears that the company has lived through such a shaky corporate history as many Italian motorcycle manufacturers and that under the Harley flag a nice bunch of bikes rolled out the gate that just couldn't wear out. Real Harley Riders Laughed At The More

  • Austin Maestro
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    Austin Maestro. Moderately miraculous

    Miracle Maestro, ordained British Leyland when it was introduced in 1983. But as the successor to the infamous Austin Allegro, he didn't have his pedigree with him. The Allegro… This generously glazed Austin had the thankless job of making you forget “the worst car in the world”. For in spite of all optimism and feigned objectivity; the More

  • Mercedes-Benz
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    Special Mercedessen at Louwman

    This summer the Louwman Museum is showing seven special Mercedes-Benz. In collaboration with the factory museum of the brand, seven special cars from the fifties are on display. Hypercar One of them is the Blaue Wunder, the famous race transporter based on the 300 SL. With a speed of 170 kilometers per hour, More

  • R90S
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    Orange above: the R90S in 'Daytona Orange' trim

    The BMW R90Ss were statements of many. They were BMWs, they were fast and they were cheerful orange: Daytona Orange (or seriously 'Silberrauch') The colors were set up in a mist. And that spraying was done by hand. Because of that spraying from the free wrist, each R90S is in fact a unique one. Pasting is not allowed! And More

  • AlfaSud
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    An AlfaSud 1,5 TI. A survivor

    The Alfasud turned out to be a revelation for the car world. For the first time, Alfa Romeo opted for front-wheel drive. Inspired by VW? Alfa Romeo would conquer the world from southern Italy with a new revolutionary, affordable middle class. That became the AlfaSud. A completely new engine was developed for the project, a 4 cylinder More

  • Harley
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    A non-original Harley and other bicycles

    With a Harley you can do all kinds of things. And the supply market is happy to assist you. In this way, every Harley becomes a kind of convection unique. The Sportster: Not factory original, but highly original. But the Harley in the photos (it is registered as 883 cc, but measures the More

  • Suzuki GS 1000
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    The Suzuki GS 1000, the big brother of the GS 750

    There is always something happening. Just when you've talked about the qualities of the Suzuki GS 750, for example, an email may come from a Slovak friend. A while ago I had already given him the address of someone who wanted to part with his Suzuki GS 1000 for reasons of age. More

  • Over the Top
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    "Over the top?"

    We expect no different from The States. There the idea prevails that 'more' is always better. And Germans have everything chromed that they can get chromed. Stylish and classic But look what's on sale for only $11.000; Unfortunately, the owner emphatically does not ship to the Netherlands. Still a More

  • Honda Magna
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    The Honda Magna V65, "V for victory?"

    With the 'Sabre', the 'Magna' and the 'Interceptor', Honda put an end to the concept of 'UJM', universal Japanese motorcycle. The series had V4 blocks instead of the so common four-in-line engines. We take a look at the fattest cruiser in the family: the Honda Magna V65 that was introduced in 1983. Honda wanted More

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