From a fuel consumption of 1 in 15 to 1 in 5 and back. Even a well-maintained classic can sometimes cause problems. It rarely happens, but still... The BX 1400 of one of our employees, for example, started to run on fuel consumption to 1 in 5. That the good BX smoked with it More
The clutch plate in the photo also has start colors. The link has been too hot. And that can / will have happened by driving a slipping clutch often and for a long time.
The link is therefore from a classic that…. Has been from a Real Old Lady. The clutch plate was worn down to the rivet lesson. And oh yes; the rest of the car was spotless.
But when purchasing your classic, always check the clutch for slipping. Because certainly with a front-wheel drive car, replacing the clutch is often quite an (expensive) job More
Classics can also start a second life after their death. And how sustainable can that be ... More