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  • VW Golf I Convertible
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    VW Golf I Convertible

    It is May 1994. Exactly 20 years after the introduction of the Golf I, a brand new VW Golf I Cabriolet is delivered in beautiful Inka blue just before the summer in Leiderdorp. The Golf II (never made as a convertible) will then no longer be available for 3 years. Its successor, the Golf III Cabriolet More

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    BMW 633 CSi

    I call A about the sale of his BMW 6 Series E24. He has to sell it because of his return to Suriname. “Forever!” he adds when I have him on the phone. "But the roads are too bad for this car so I'm selling it." He turns out to be the BMW 633 CSi 38 More

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    Panther J72

    Sometimes a car presents itself and you are not sure what to think of it. A car that does not fit in a box and cannot be interpreted. Is it beautiful now? The yellow license plates are confusing me. You expect blue with such an antique model, right? And is there on the More

  • Yue Loong Feeling

    Yue Loong Feeling

    If a car had "Made in Taiwan" written on it, it was nothing special. As long as it wasn't a gleaming full-size wreck that someone had paid roughly $13.000. Photos: Luuk van Kaathoven In 1992, that actually happened a few times in our country. 122 poor bastards had More

  • Renault Fuego. It remained with smoldering

    Renault Fuego. It remained with smoldering

    That was wrong. The design of the Renault Fuego was attractive and balanced, the technology both tried and tested and progressive. But those eternal prejudices ... Cliché Those eternal prejudices: Americans are fat and fake. All. Germans have an evolutionary dislike for any joke, but are statistically not that striking again More

  • Sbarro Challenge. Concrete column

    Sbarro Challenge. Concrete column

    Franco Sbarro definitely has a sense of humor. He must have designed the Sbarro Challenge during a howling fit of laughter. And if it wasn't at that time, the creative Swiss would at least get one when someone actually bought this frenzied creation. Catwalk That even became the giggles, because he sold More

  • The Kalmar DAF. A purposeful Daf

    Kalmar-DAF. A targeted DAF

    Simmering Dafjes were never show-off tools, but this Kalmar-Daf certainly had no pretensions. The unique thing only delivered the Swedish mail. Hero Hardly any other vehicle was better at that than this working class hero. Maybe bigger. In the United States, the characteristic Willys Dispatcher Jeeps drove from the mid-fifties More

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    VW Polo

    The Volkswagen Polo developed into a crowd favorite after its birth in 1975. The Polo was positioned as a cheaper brother of the Audi 50, but it soon turned out to outpace it in popularity. The first Polo series sold well and laid the foundation for the current Polo success. The Spartan More

  • National Oldtimer Festival

    National Oldtimer Festival, a report

    By: Martin Philippo The National Oldtimer Festival has a formula that is as brilliant as it is simple. Owners of oldtimers and youngtimers are invited to drive their car to the National Oldtimer Festival and park on the Zandvoort circuit. And lo and behold: the entire paddock during the National Oldtimer More

  • Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint

    Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint | 1964

    Look at that… There she is. All alone. Almost shy. She knows we're staring at her perfect lines. Down her hips to her beautifully sculpted, modest rear with those signature deep-set taillights. Through its clear windows to the 55 year old leather. She knows this needs to be replaced… She's ashamed More

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    Make Lancia great again!

    While the turbulent 1963, full of hope and hatred, makes history, the sun shines in Italy with the creation of the Lamborghini brand and the start of production of Lancia's most famous car ever. Designer Piero Castagnero delivers a masterpiece with his design that would never surpass the brand. But not alone More

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