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  • BMW Museum. Nice collection, some missing links
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    BMW Museum. The beautiful world of Bavarian heritage

    Since its opening, it has been a must for many car enthusiasts: the BMW Museum in Munich, which opened in 1973 and was thoroughly renovated from 2004-2008. In Munich, enthusiasts with a heart for contemporary BMW and the history of the Bavarian brand can find themselves in the shadow of the cylindrical More

  • Morris Ten

    Morris Ten (1948). Eye-catcher for 'The Veteran' 

    De Veteraan has a small-scale but special museum in the Frisian Metslawier. It is important for the owner that there is a lot of variation in his collection, whether it concerns classic motorcycles, mopeds or cars. The oldtimer in the yard of De Veteraan is a real eye-catcher. It attracts the attention of the tourist cycling past who likes to pay a spontaneous visit.  More

  • Schagen car museum

    Schagen car museum. And 'Such'

    That 'this' is North Holland. Google Translate would say 'and the like'. The chance that you will find masses of people in the Automuseum Schagen is quite minimal. It will probably be busier on the nearby beach with this weather. So let's keep this story to ourselves. In the beginning Arie Kapitein (born in De Zijpe in More

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    Arnhems Oorlogsmuseum 1940-1945. Eef Peeters, the collector

    Many collectors have expanded their motorcycle collection into a museum. Eef Peeters from Arnhem has his collection of motorcycles in his museum. It is now 75 years after the liberation. So his collection in the Arnhem War Museum 1940-1945 is highly topical. 'It's a thing from my childhood. I grew up in the shelter of More

  • 100 year Alvis

    100 Year Alvis in the Louwman Museum

    From December 20 to February 2, the Louwman Museum presents a retrospective of seventeen Alvis automobiles. They date from the period 1920 up to and including 1967 because of 100 Years Alvis. Alvis is known as an English manufacturer of high-quality cars. The manufacturer introduced a number of important innovations that are still More

  • Brooklands

    Brooklands, because only one can be the first

    Text and photos: Martin Philippo Imagine: you have an estate near London and you like car racing. What are you doing then? Hugh and Ethel Locke King in County Surrey knew it. They had a race track built on their 133-acre property. Stamped out of the ground More

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    A real fake VW

    What is the probability that the wife of 'Reichskommissar' Seys Inquart drove around in a 1940 Beetle sometime between 1945-1948? Beetle or monkey sandwich? When Eef Peeters, owner of the Arnhem War Museum 40-45 in Zeeland, bumped into the car of – according to reports and according to various papers – the wife of More

  • Most expensive car in the world

    The most expensive car in the world at Louwman

    The car, which is suspected to be the most expensive car in the world, will be in the Louwman Museum in the coming months. The Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé will be on display at the Silver Arrows exhibition from July 7 to September 2. 100 million: The most expensive car in the world Of course we went More

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    Our toppers in the Mercedes Benz and Porsche museums

    At the beginning of this year we visited the museums of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche in Stuttgart. The two treasuries provided a more than impressive insight into the history of both German prestige manufacturers. We set ourselves a challenge to put together a Top 3 for each museum, an almost impossible task. Still succeeded More

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