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  • Citroën DS 20 Break
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    Citroën DS 20 Break. The Nose of the Pike.

    When owner Marc gladly informs me that we are allowed to photograph a great 50 year old 7 seater station wagon, it can be German, French, Swedish or American, but in any case something beautiful. When a few days later I am in a neighborhood in Amstelveen where a garage door slowly has a pointed nose with a split More

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    Ford Sierra XR4i – drive with a smile

    The Ford Sierra XR4i is built from 1983 to 1985. The sporty top version of the Sierra caused a stir and, more than 31 years after the production of the last XR4i, is again bringing a smile to the face. At least on ours. We are driving a very special XR2016i in 4, available More

  • Ford Consul Coupe (1974)
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    Henry Ford Consul Coupe (1974). Functional beauty. 

    When you see this beautiful and much-loved classic 1974 Ford Consul Coupé in a parking lot, you become incredibly curious about the story of this classic car. A note under the windshield wiper is then the only way to get in touch with the owner. This time contact was made quickly and the voice in the phone immediately sounded energetic and enthusiastic about the Ford classic hobby.  More

  • Ford Mustang California special
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    Ford Mustang 'California special' by Meindert (1968) is a special version 

    There is something fascinating about wandering about a dismantling company, you never know what you will encounter. But sometimes you see something that makes your blood flow faster. Like a 1968 Mustang California special that recently swapped the dark garage for the outdoors. Driving around in this Mustang is now almost a dream, at least there is a guarantee for a smile and fun eyes for Meindert.  More

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    Ford Germany, the Taunus

    On October 1930, 1925, Henry Ford and Conrad Adenauer, then mayor of Cologne and later prime minister, became equally construction workers. They laid the foundation stone for the new Ford factory in - yes - Cologne. Ford was not new to Germany, but the Cologne location was. As early as XNUMX, T Fords and A Fords had been assembled in Berlin. More

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    How the Taunus Transit became

    Most of the Taunuses / Transits were seen and used as tools. And where they already received care, TLC was lacking. In their later life they often had to make do with a lot of beating and little eating. Add to that the fact that at the time the factories simply did not pay attention to rust prevention and you understand why there are many more Ferrari GTOs left than - early - Transits. More

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    500 Ford Galaxie 1967 Fastback (390ci). A block around ...

    Pure experience. Albert Meijer of Cars of Cola and Coins promises it in optima forma when he offers us to go for a walk with one of the many American exotics that cover the grounds of the beautiful Frisian company. “The Ford Galaxie 500 Fastback is one of those cars that unites many American character traits,” he says. More

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    AC Cobra. A kind of…

    Cobras are not an endangered species. It is full of them. For many people, such a Cobra is the ultimate sports car just because of its looks. And for the original copies with V8 blocks, amounts are now ticked off with seven digits. More

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    Ford Scorpio wanted and made faster

    Ford Scorpio: "The ugliest car ever." The design of the large Fords did not appeal to everyone. The first series seemed too 'cheap'. Because for what he was he looked too much like a Sierra. The successor, the 'round' version, was therefore not equally appreciated by everyone. And that while the royal house was driving in. More

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    Ford Granada 2.0 V6 L. Driving a sublime classic

    In August 1977, Ford presented the new asset for the business market. More specifically: the public was introduced to the Ford Granada, which had been given a new suit under the direction of Uwe Bahnsen. Under the skin, the changes compared to the first Granada generation were significantly less drastic. The chassis remained almost the same, More

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