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    Record number of visitors sees Lancia win at Het Loo

    The annual Concours d'Elégance Paleis Het Loo was won last weekend by a beautiful Lancia Astura Serie II. A record number of visitors saw the unique Lancia win the cup. Until now, the Concours d'Elégance has always been stuck at just under 25.000 visitors. Although the organization has reduced the number of visitors to the edition of More

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    The first AMK Festival in Zandvoort. Special and successful

    Expectations were high. 402 Automotive and Auto Motor Klassiek organized the first AMK Festival at Circuit Park Zandvoort. And that coincided nicely with the State of Art Historic Zandvoort Trophy. Months of preparation led to an eruption of classic experience on April 29 and 30, which was wonderfully enhanced by the dynamics More

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    New Alpine A110 in July to Concours d'Elegance in Apeldoorn

    It is a car that we follow with more than normal interest. Modern technology and classic lines come together less and less these days. Alpine has managed to realize that sometimes delightful combination. The new Alpine A110 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. And this French sportsman with various retro features will also More

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    Renault looks back on a successful Concours d'Elegance

    The 2016 edition of the Concours d'Elégance Paleis Het Loo was extremely successful for Renault last weekend. During this largest classic event in the Netherlands, more than 24.000 visitors were able to take a look at 115 years of motorsport history of the brand. Motorsport has been associated with the brand since Renault was founded. While More

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    The Loo competition

    Concours d'élégance Paleis Het Loo: the largest classic festival in the Netherlands at the Concours het Loo. The 12th edition of the Competition Het Loo in Apeldoorn is just around the corner. The largest classic event in the Netherlands will take place on July 1/3, 2016. For the 12th edition of the Concours Het Loo, the organization will More