Also on beautiful winter days. We have already succeeded. And we are driving classically classic this winter.
We will then pay the full holder tax for that, but that is no longer the point in view of the price of a lot of classics. The cars are so cheap that we can suffer.
We are talking about the last generations of 25+ classics that just came into the country just before the holder exemption regulation changed. This included the saddest Mercedes Diesel pastries that were rejected for emissions in Germany. But quite a few neat, practical classics have also been introduced, which were first put on gas before they went to the RDW. Simply beautiful, practical use classics with a very carefree life ahead of them.
Those cars were taxed at full LPG rate after the change of ownership, too expensive for the owner and uninteresting for the rest of the market for the same reason.
That is why the prices for such cars collapsed.
And so you score for 850 euro a fully documented beautiful AUDI 100 CD from 1983 with recent bills for 2000 euro, plus a couple of fresh winter tires from the third owner.
Take a look around. And hope for a winter that will be as beautiful as this summer.