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  • Honda CBR600F 88

    Honda CBR 600 F. Pretty pointless now. But quite nice.

    For many of us, 1986 still feels like yesterday. But a motorcycle from that year is already 35 years young. In the summer of 1986, the motorcycle world was even different. It was the time of fairings and sporty but usable engines. In the XNUMXs, motorcycles were still supplied as all-rounders. You made them sporty after purchase by means of a low handlebar, rear-set footrests (Raask!) A sports buddy and an exhaust system that loudly supported the sportiness. Touring riders mounted higher handlebars and bags or suitcases. The XNUMXs were also the years when motorcycles became reliable. More

  • Toyota Corolla Coupe GT Twin Cam 16

    Toyota Corolla Coupé GT. Abandoned hero status of a covered sleeper

    A funny thing, such a Toyota Corolla Coupé GT Twin Cam 16. But if you tell that the value shoots towards the thirty mille, people are nailed to the ground. After rather mediocre interest, this rear-wheel drive sleeper has been totally hyped for the past ten years. What does the AE86 derive from that sudden hero status? More

  • Honda C72 Honda C77

    Honda C72-77. Still not hot!

    The engine with which Honda went 'heavy': the Honda C77. That was a Honda C300 drilled to 72 cc. Those machines were revolutionary in the first half of the 72s. But no matter how fantastic the technique was: the styling was completely 'fifties' and the road handling left a lot to be desired outside of quiet use. Ivanhoe's Steel Rocking Horse sold best. But at the beginning of the seventies, so much good news came that the C77 and CXNUMXs soon faced a sad fate. More

  • Suzuki cappuccino

    Suzuki Cappuccino, intense caffeine shot. Even more espresso

    If you think on a different scale, you can achieve excellent things with this Suzuki Cappuccino. The engineers behind this mini sports car prove this like no other. A super compact size naturally means less bulk. Especially if you also have the bonnet, boot lid and roof construction in aluminum. Then you do not have to mount bulky, heavy wheel suspension and you get enough propulsion potential from a three-cylinder engine of 657 cm3. Provided you tickle it a bit.  More

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    Suzuki GSX-R750. A legend

    In October 750, Suzuki delivered the first affordable road racer with the Suzuki GSX-R1984. The bike was inspired by Suzuki's long-distance racers. To save weight, the engine blocks were not liquid-cooled, but air- and oil-cooled. The Suzuki GSX-R750 gave birth to a whole new breed of motorcycles: the modern superbikes. More

  • Mitsubishi Space Wagon

    Mitsubishi Space Wagon

    It appeared in 1983 like a box of thunder against a gray winter sky. The Mitsubishi Space Wagon. And Mitsubishi has been around for 100 years now. But find another cool, early Space-Wagon. An impressive history Mitsubishi Motors has built up an impressive history over the past 100 years. No segment was skipped. From luxurious More

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    Corona. What's in a name?

    We know a young woman named Ebola. There is also a forestry/horticultural company in the region called Ebola. We know someone named Sars. In 1957 Toyota presented the first Corona. And nowhere is more toilet paper available. The Toyota Corona was made from 1957 to 2001. And the first More

  • Kawasaki G7 front edge

    Kawasaki G7, size matters

    In all photo books about The Most Beautiful Classics of all time we always find the same legendary motorcycles. They are picture books about the masterpieces of the motorcycle industry, the most expensive and heaviest machines of their time. Machines that were inaccessible to most people even then. But what about machines like the Kawasaki G7 More

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