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    tinkering or 'tinkering'

    No matter how easy and cheap you can get (special) tools these days, sometimes you still have to improvise. We're a bit used to that here, but it's still done 'elsewhere'. That proved the way the Chang Jiang's front wheel was balanced. And that wasn't even easy. More

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    Head-and-butt cars

    I could not have imagined it still happened. But in a hall, where an acquaintance of mine had rented some square meters, I saw a 'head-and-butt car' in the making. An 'straightening bench' had been made on the ground with a few heavy profile beams. And on that, the blue front half of a 2015'er Jaguar XF was comfortably close to a white rear of such a Jag. More

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    Old men, new engines

    The ex-neighbor of two houses later came to visit his ex-wife. They are still on speaking terms. Kind of. In the context of his new relationship, Ex-Neighbor is completely the young God of a quarter of a century ago, both mentally and physically. At least: In the depths of his thoughts. Thanks to Willem Kloos (1859-1938). This manifests itself in gym attendance, trendy clothes and youthful behavior. More

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    A hate gray nature in a Daewoo

    On something as festive as Easter Monday, the most unlikely road users emerge. A hated old man A well-aged, heavy classic sidecar combination quickly weighs 500 kilos while driving, divided equally over three narrow tires. That gives peace and confidence. I am approached via the road from the right, which smoothly connects to my priority road More

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    “We are not ashamed ...

    for older engines”. That is the battle cry of Vincents Motorhuis from Zoeterwoude. That company has been involved for years with… Yes: older engines. We received this reflection on modern petrols from a satisfied customer of Vincent. And that Ton apparently owns Vincent's motor home? I will. We More

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