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  • DAF 46 (1976) by Willem: pure beauty.
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    DAF 46 (1976) by Willem: pure beauty.

    We go back in time, when Hub van Doorne's dream became reality with the introduction of the first Dutch passenger car, the DAF 600. The 'smart poker' was an overwhelming success at the RAI in 1958. William knows the entire history of the rise, and also the fall of the More

  • DAF 33 (1969) by Frits is a real crown jewel
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    DAF 33 (1969) by Frits is a real crown jewel

    Do you remember? The Dutch car manufacturer DAF ran into problems and had to go bankrupt to survive. DAF (truck production) is doing well again, but the passenger car division already disappeared in the 70s due to the takeover of Volvo. The dream of Hub van Doorne, a Dutch person still lives on More

  • DAF 66SL (1974)
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    DAF 66 SL (1974). Adventure in Lapland

    For Joris van Nispen, Volvo is the beloved car brand. Maybe it's because he has a refuge in Sweden. His holiday home there is also a 'home' to enjoy the small pleasures of life and sometimes to keep life in balance due to his busy work in the Netherlands. Joris bought a DAF 66 More

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    DAF Daffodil (1965). Genius car from Cor and Rianne

    Is it no wonder that DAF still stirs things up so much? And can you suppress that emotion? When this beautiful DAF Daffodil was parked in Dokkum it was even difficult to take a picture, the passenger car attracted so much interest from Dutch soil. By: Dirk de Jong The qualities of the DAF brand ensure it More

  • VOLVO 66DL (1979)
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    VOLVO 66 (1979). Hobby car from DAF enthusiast Tom Nauta

    It is beyond dispute that Tom is a fan of our Dutch passenger car. His car life started with a Daffodil. Then a DAF 33 and two station wagons of the type 55. The DAF passenger cars were produced until 1975, after which the Swedish Volvo took over the passenger car division and the DAF 66 became Volvo 66 with the necessary modifications. More

  • Ford Amsterdam
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    Ford Amsterdam. Ford in the Netherlands

    In a recent conversation - about classics, Corona and discrimination - an old uncle Jaap came into the story. Great uncle Jaap apparently had been a car polisher at Ford Amsterdam for much of his life. So at the Amsterdam Ford factory. He apparently had a full-time job with the cellulose lacquer used at the time. More

  • Jouta
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    Jouta. Shot from the brain of Hans Jouta

    Writers are inspired by other writers by reading their books. Painters by viewing other works. And sculptors? They are also inspired. For Hans, being creative does not only mean making works of art. Being creative is an attitude to life that creates new worlds. He made De Jouta, only one performance in the world. More

  • Ruska Classica
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    Ruska Classica. The freebooter feeling

    Not just any car, the charm is appealing. Ruska, the manufacturer from Amsterdam called him 'Classica', but his birth certificate stated: Volkswagen – brown – buggy (1968). For the Ruska Classica we have to go back to the 70s when the buggies were very popular. By: Dirk de Jong In the different types you saw More

  • Volvo 340
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    Volvo 340: Very cheap classic driving

    The very last Daf was designed as the DAF 77 in the early 1975s by the proud Dutch car manufacturer DAF. In XNUMX the passenger car division of this company was taken over by Volvo. So far, the DAF truck division is doing fantastically. Volvo did its Scandinavian thing to make it a Real Volvo More

  • DAF 750 DAFFODIL front
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    DAF 750 DAFFODIL, a class of its own

    Most beautiful things in life disappear with age or are tarnished by the ravages of time. Henry Berkhof of JB Trading from Ede came across this 'smart poker' in France and saved the DAF 750 DAFFODIL from an uncertain future. By: Dirk de Jong He was put away by the owner More

  • ESA DAF 33 Pickup
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    ESA DAF 33 Pickup, a trip down memory lane

    ESA is a household name in the world of transport. The company's years of growth have now led to 12 DAF sales & service branches in the Netherlands, Poland and Denmark. The DAF 33 Pickup is a survivor from the early years. By: Dirk de Jong Once started as Elema-Stollenga's Autobusdiensten (ESA) More

  • DAF camper
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    DAF camper, is it time to say goodbye?

    Just a little while and this DAF camper is anchored deep in the earth, the elements have had free play for years. The owner may see this unique DAF as a storage type, but for us it is a sad sight. It goes without saying that after so many years in the same place, the DAF with the DIY caravan slowly More

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