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    Citroën Acadiane by Evert van Benthem

    A few years ago I was present at the farewell party of my primary school friend Jan de Kroon. He had sold his flower bulb company on Kamperzandweg in Ens. For political and economic reasons, he and his family decided to move to Canada. He thus followed in the footsteps of his brother-in-law and sister. Around the turn of the millennium they had already left for North America to give a new and above all greater impulse to their farming life. Read more

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    Triumph TR6 | For the good cause

    To govern is to foresee, the local innkeeper in my hometown always says. And there is no pin in between. Yet every year we let ourselves be surprised by, for example, summer or winter. We only buy winter tires when it is winter and therefore at the highest price. And we buy a boat Read more

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    Pavarotti and Maserati

    On October 12, Modena, Italy, Luciano Pavarotti, one of the world's most famous opera singers and considered by many to be the best tenor of his generation, would have turned 82. Were it not for the fact that he had already left the sublunar on 6 September 2007 there. Modena Born in Modena, the birthplace Read more

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    Pete Estes

    The muscle man Now that the enthusiasm for the muscle car has started to grow – because let's face it, what could be better than a thick, stomping and roaring V8? – it might be nice to know who was at the origin of all that violence at Pontiac. least known Read more

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    Joginder Singh

    Successful rally driver S. Joginder Singh Bhachu, known as the Flying Sikh, was a leader in long-distance rallies in the 1965s and 544s. He won the East African Safari Rally no fewer than three times, with his XNUMX victory in a second-hand Volvo PVXNUMX 'Kattenrug' being the favorite of almost every car enthusiast. Read more

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    A new company is added. Yet?

    Amsterdam opens its first shop for the vintage and custom motorcycle enthusiast.
    The Rusty Gold Motor Shop.

    At least, if it's up to Zoran Holtkamp. He started a crowdfunding today to make this dream come true ... Read more

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    Anatole Lapine

    On May 23, Anatole Lapine was born in Riga, Latvia, and completed his internship at Daimler-Benz in Hamburg before moving to the United States. As an 1930-year-old he came to work as a subordinate in the design department - led by legend Bill Mitchell - at General Motors. Read more

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    Les Leston

    Les Leston, which by the way was officially called Alfred Lazarus Fingleston, must be counted as one of the most flamboyant (inter) national drivers and entrepreneurs ever produced by the British Empire. On December 16 Born 1920 in the British town of Bulwell near Nottingham, he threw himself into the music world after a vague series of unfinished courses. Read more