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    Peugeot 504 Saloon in Europe

    In 1968 Peugeot showed the 504 to the world. It immediately became Car of the Year. The refreshing design was one of the decisive factors for the honorary title. The independent suspension and disc brakes all round also played an important role in the selection of this beautiful mid-sized car, which had a long European career. From 1968 to 1983 it was available on our continent as a Peugeot 504 Berline. Read more

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    Classics, partners, travel. And the dog

    You are welcome everywhere with a classic. The presence of a partner is usually no problem either. But then there's that third wheel on the wagon, the dog. In themselves all perfect components for a perfect life. But sometimes the components don't mix so easily. A trip in a classic is for Read more

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    About the Volkswagen Beetle, Land Rover Series III and more information about various classics

    Worth knowing Do you know why a Volkswagen Beetle from 1970 until its European end in 1979 was given the type designation 1302/1303? The solution is simple. Simca already had the type designation 1301 in use… The Land Rover Series III remained virtually unchanged for 1971 years from 13. Until the type was replaced in 1984 by Read more

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    Three valve caps wanted!

    We sometimes get questions from the readership. And usually we can help people on their way. But that someone was looking for a special model of valve caps? We never thought of such a scavenger hunt. But this site is visited monthly by about 100D classic enthusiasts. And for something as important as wanting three valve caps Read more

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    Some Facts about Bjoelie (Beaulieu)

    'Beaulieu' would be called 'comfortable' with us. And to the left or to the right: it is the classic fair where you really must have visited as an enthusiast. The approach is: 'If it exists, it is Beaulieu. We report some 'facts' as basic knowledge for the upcoming fair in September. and let's Read more

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    Things worth knowing

    And just imagine why a Volkswagen Beetle from 1970 until its European end in 1979 was given the type designation 1302/1303… The solution is simple. Simca already used the type designation 1301… Land Rover Series III The Land Rover Series III remained virtually unchanged for 1971 years from 13. Until the type Read more

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    Halogen was revolutionary

    Halogen was a breakthrough. Because the greatest effort in the field of electric vehicle lighting (until 1970) has always been invested in increasing reliability and extending the service life. And once 45 Watt incandescent lamps were already quite something… Halogen was revolutionary Until the introduction of the halogen lamp, it was Read more

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    Did you know that?

    If you've ever driven an F-Series Vauxhall Victor - built from 1957 to 1961 - or perhaps owned one, it must have happened to you on a regular basis, your knee came into disastrous contact with the shroud from the windscreen protruding far inwards… If Read more

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    Things worth knowing

    As a classic enthusiast you must of course know what it is about and especially the special things. AMK will try to supplement your knowledge. With information.  Triumph Herald De Triumph Herald for example. They were built from 1959 to 1971. As a 2-door, station wagon, 2-door coupé and 2-door convertible. And it came Read more

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    Things worth knowing

    Things worth knowing about old-timers that you probably didn't know: In a road test that once appeared about the MG MGC, an author probably wasn't having his day and the powerhouse slammed to the bone. After that, every next 'road tester' didn't like it at all. Such a thing would not brake and only excessive Read more

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