June 2019

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  • convertible

    Buy your convertible now!

    Cabriolet drivers m/f are usually people who enjoy life than people who think that mouse gray is already a color that gives enough joy to life. Driving a convertible gives added value to the ride, to enjoying life. Convertibles radiate something extra. That makes More

  • Fiat 128

    Fiat 128. Revolution and eternal love

    In 1969 Fiat showed the fruits of the completed Project X1/1. The Fiat 128 was ready, and made an overwhelming impression on the press. Not much later, the Italian was also crowned Car of the Year. The technology, the handy room layout (20% technology/80% for the passengers and their luggage), the impressive More

  • Horror summer

    The Horror Summer of 2019

    In fact it is too hot to ride a motorcycle. But ah? When it's warm, you dress up there. Now motorcycle clothing is quite a thing these days, Sincerely Prudents share massive photos of motorcyclists who have fallen in summer outfit. Including admonishing words or harsh criticism. The Dutch raised index finger is More

  • Kawasaki 90 G1L

    Kawasaki 90 G1L

    When they hear the name Kawasaki, everyone thinks of speed and dynamism. The brand's 500 cc three-cylinder two-strokes have become legendary. The brand's six-cylinder 1300s are also one of those historic points in motorcycle history. However, Kawasaki has also started producing motorcycles as a reliable means of transport. More

  • Caterham 7

    Caterham 7. The ideal blow-out car

    He's a hip-high ADHD person and you put him on with a shoehorn. Rara, what is that? That is of course the Caterham 7, the only real successor to the Lotus 7. Caterham and Lotus Colin Chapman, the legendary founder of Lotus Cars, presented the Lotus Seven in 1957. It got its name from More

  • Dwarf cars

    Dwarf cars are hot!

    Miniature cars are very small. They also date from the time when the average European was about 10 cm shorter than he is now. Not to mention his weight and waist size. We recently reported about it. Miniature cars are hot, especially with this weather. Yet: More

  • rotary engine

    Lada with wankel engine

    The car press always said that there were only three car manufacturers that were involved with the Wankel engine. NSU, ​​Mazda and Citroën† After reading this article, that will be a thing of the past. Between 1974 and 2004, Lada designed, built and tested thirty different Wankel engines in racing and rally cars, but also More

  • Japanese classics

    Japanese classics: Real classics

    Japanese classics? Those are fully accepted classics. But actually a rather recent phenomenon. European and American motorcycles? They were already there before 1900. And it was only in 1900 that Japan was sort of freeing itself from what to us were a kind of Middle Ages 2.0. Ladies and gentlemen historians, I know More

  • Austin 1800 Balanza

    Austin 1800 Balanza: a strange bird

    Mainstream classics, the classics we all know or at least have heard about. That's what trading is all about. There are lively clubs for that. But what do you run into when you're bothered? Or if you just fall for a classic because it appeals to you? And if only More

  • Triumph TR3

    Triumph TR3 Microplas Mistral

    Auction house Historics at Brooklands already had a few years ago Triumph TR3 with a body of Microplas – type Mistral – on offer. Microplas Ltd. settled in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, UK in the early 750s. The venture sprang from the brains of a group of XNUMX Motor Club More

  • in

    The American Way

    In January 1937 Margareth Bourke-White was commissioned by Life Magazine to report on the catastrophic flooding of the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky, US. Without realizing it herself, she took a picture that became an icon in the Great Depression, the (economic) crisis of the More

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