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Auto Motor Klassiek number 8

ER Classics Desktop 2022

The closing date for the August number of Auto Motor Klassiek is Tuesday 8 July. AMK is on Friday 25 July at the subscribers and Tuesday 29 July in the shop.

With perhaps the holiday in mind, it is of course useful to know what we are going to put in that number. Of course the first 20-25 pages are filled with columns, all kinds of messages about classic cars and motorcycles, the fixed columns of the Dutch Historic Rally Club. But you can also expect various rally reports and reports about interesting events from us.


Thomas Touw was on a report yesterday with the primal buggy, which was also designed five decades ago. The Meyers Manx Buggy that he drove from 1966, but is a beautiful original copy that he was allowed to drive as driving a buggy is intended. 

Rene Dijkstra visited Mr. Witzenburg. This Mr. Witzenburg has a Ford Mustang Fastback. A beautiful specimen that coincidentally also comes from 1966. And let the Ford Mustang have just turned fifty.

The SS Jaguar 2.5 liter of Frank Ruppert described by Dolf Peeters in this AMK is a few years older. The stately Englishman is from 1939 and was completely restored at Davenport in England. A beautiful copy.

Aart van der Haagen has a thing for individually designed cars. No wonder that a report about the Felber Lanca FF V from 1976 is also completely up his alley. He found the car at Lancia specialist Martin Willems in Emmer-Compascuum. A strong piece of contrary design.

Marina Block photographed a Panther KS175S. A beautiful example where just like more motorcycles from those years applies: you love it, or you find them horribly ugly.

The Ard and Arnoud duo on the Weegh also go for the special cars. This time it's a real AC, no, no, not a Cobra, but an ACE with a Bristol six-in-line as a power source.

Open the hood of a classic and it will soon be full of classic enthusiasts who chat with their heads under the hood about the technology of the car in question. With this angle, the section 'Under the hood looked' was created, this time being the turn of the Saab Turbo that was made between 1976 and 1980.

Of course we also have many more interesting for you about classic cars and motorcycles in this issue. After all, we have 132 pages for it. From number 9 even 148. But more about that later. In each issue, over 40 pages are of course reserved for our classifieds section. Nice looking pictures and - maybe even - buy a new classic. Because sometimes you just have had enough of that whole crisis.

 

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Now in store

View the 40-page preview via or a click on the cover.

The August issue, containing:

  • Fiat 127 from 1972
  • Heemskerk V-twin, the best motorcycle BSA has never built
  • Restoration Mini Traveler 1963
  • Peugeot 104, a party
  • Volkswagen Golf Country was too far ahead of its genre
  • Driving with a Yamaha R5 (1971-1972)
  • Report Wemeldinge Classic Races
  • Duplicate type designations - Part XVI
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The perfect reading material for an evening or more of undisturbed dreaming. It is now in stores. A subscription is of course better, because then you will no longer miss a number and you are also € 27 cheaper. Not bad in these expensive times.

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