February 2020

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    Rudolf Steiner and the Art of Motorcycle Maintanance

    Rudolf Joseph Lorenz Steiner (Donji Kraljevec, February 25, 1861[1] – Dornach, March 30, 1925) was an Austrian esotericist, writer, architect, philosopher and had a unique view of pedagogy. He has become known as the founder of anthroposophy and its practical applications, such as the Freie Waldorfschule, anthroposophical medicine, healing pedagogy, social Read more

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    Heinkel 1957 and Fulda Mobil 1954. Balloons made of metal

    In the classic world, father and his son Schaap are known in Wolvega and the surrounding area because they live according to their passion. And that passion is inspiring when you see that these people speak with love and passion about their car discoveries. By: Dirk de Jong They are looking for classic cars for the sweet Read more

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    Laverda 500. That was not a success

    Laverda 500 (1977-1981). We always look at the past through colored glasses. And our frame of reference also rattles sometimes. But a few things are clear: The once-successful Laverda 750s are larger-than-life copies of the Honda CB72/77, commissioned by the Berliner Brothers. And Read more

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    Nissan Cedric 1900 de Luxe from Australia

    Nissan Cedric 1900 de Luxe – Beautiful baroque is not ugly The modesty at its best, this Nissan Cedric from 1965. Because except for the type plate on the bulkhead, it does not carry its brand name proudly. However, it is precisely this that ensures that he inadvertently knows all the attention is focused on himself. Because bystanders walk hopelessly Read more

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    Citroën 2CV. The Belgian Ducks

    De Citroën 2CV is as French as camembert, baguette and lavender. Yet there are many 2CV copies in the Belgian for the Benelux, Switzerland and Germany Citroën factory built in Vorst. As was often the case in the past, import duties were levied on (complete) cars. To avoid those charges, argued Citroën parts in, Read more

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    Gilera. Not just for competition riders

    Born in 1887, Giuseppe Gilera grew up in the Italian region of Lombardy. At a young age he already showed a feeling for technology and a fascination for motorcycle technology that was still in its infancy at the time. He had some experience in the Bucher factory in Milan until 1909. The history of Gilera as Read more

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    Opel Rekord 1900 Coupé. Spitzenclassse

    GM wanted to emphasize the personal style and character of this combination of strength and beauty. The Opel Rekord 1900 Coupé was for sporty 'daring'. By: Dirk de Jong Even after 44 years, the appearance is still very attractive. Opel is still loved, the foundation for this was laid with the golden times ahead Read more

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    Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0 is quite a man

    Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0 – Fun with four Sketch the ideal GTV picture, then the acclaimed Busso V6 is present. However? According to the Flemish radio presenter Guy De Pré, yes, who exchanged a 2.0 for a '6'. Knowing that Alfa Romeo had a damn nice Nord four-cylinder engine in the range for decades, his cast-off tickles our Read more

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    Citroën DS 20. Sleeping goddess

    This beautiful one Citroën DS 20 still sleeps under a blanket. The time is not yet right to hit the road again. Tjitte de Vries cherishes his property. It not only has a warm place in his shed, but also in his heart. By: Dirk de Jong In addition, Tjitte is a real one Read more

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