The new edition will be available from Yesterday 2 September Auto Motor Klassiek in the shops. A number of new changes have been made since this issue.
As you know, a brand new cover has been on the front page for a few months now. After a short adjustment period - after all, it took some time to let go of the old familiar black / red / yellow - Auto Motor Klassiek from this issue expanded with an extra section for young timer enthusiasts. A standalone magazine within AMK keeps young timer enthusiasts monthly informed of the issues that are going on in that world and offers extra reading pleasure, so a number of nice reports from interesting young timers. The loyal readers of AMK get a lot of extra reading pleasure. Because now an AMK is almost 150 pages thick. And the price? We just leave it as good as it is. 3,99 euros if you buy it in the store and only 2,70 euros as a subscriber. But apart from all the benefits you like subscribes receive.
What you can read in this issue?
We will of course start with the fixed headings. The short messages, the columns, all the news, advance announcements and event calendar. You can spend a few hours on average with that. The Wannahaves section is new. The name says it all. Things that you may never have thought of but should actually have now.
In addition to the DHRC columns, you will also see reports of events like the Dutch National Triumph Day and the 7 Hours of Emmeloord.
A super small four-cylinder Benelli, only 250 cc in size, promises a lot of driving pleasure.
The first Dreams were the first motorcycles that were officially delivered outside of Japan. We found a real 'barnfind'.
We all take a look under the hood of an Alpine A110. That's nice!
Also in this edition the first episode of a new series on technology and practice. We are now talking about the starter motor and its overhaul.
With only one mile on the clock we found this actually very special Austin-Healey Sprite MkII.
Talk about series. One of our longest running series is Model Year ... Once a year we look back on the introductions of five decades ago. And we already do that… well, quite a long time.
The VW Porsche 914 was perhaps reviled by the entire Porsche world during its introduction, but it was nevertheless the first German sports car with a mid-engine.
About a boy's dream that grew into a prestige project. That is the Packard 200 Deluxe Touring Sedan from Erik Smiers, which he once bought with his father Cock for restoration.
At the end of this month, the Vintage Revival with dozens of pre-war cars will take place on the circuit of Zandvoort. One is the Bugatti Type 43 Grand Sport, originally supplied in the Netherlands. You will find a report about this this month.
The Ford Taunus 12M Coupé is only part of its collection. The manager of a bicycle shop in Twijzelerheide still has a whole bunch of mopeds and behind his shed there is much more beautiful stuff.