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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 Read more

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    BMW Isetta. A unique and beloved dwarf car.

    In 1955, a special car model debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show. That model would become one of the most famous dwarf cars in history: the BMW Isetta. It caused a stir, just like the combination with the large V8 models from BMW. The construction with special deviating track widths and the fully hinged front – Read more

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    Restoration is investing in loss

    Well… almost always. And of course we have to take into account that the world has gone mad. Yet. When I saw the advertisement about the - of course again - Moto Guzzi V7 found in a shed, I immediately fell in love. From experience, however, I immediately put him in oblivion. In the meantime he will no doubt have been sold or adopted. Read more

  • NSU Prinz
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    NSU Prinz - a restoration

    Precision NSU Prinz The NSU Prinz of father Uilke and son Hendrik-Jan de Vries has been brought back to life this year, with the utmost precision. Former mechanic and damage expert Uilke and car damage repairer Hendrik-Jan like to tackle a car thoroughly. Since 1993 this little rascal has been within the circles of the De Vries family Read more

  • Volkswagen Karmann Ghia three-quarters up
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    Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Cabriolet restoration

    Mango mix It sounds like it's about a tropical drink and this Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is so sweet. Radiant in the sun, he lets vitamin D work on his light green skin. Mango Green, to be precise, the color of an eponymous version within the Transporter dynasty. Okay, then it right away Read more

  • Barn finds
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    Barn finds, investing and restoring

    In the Netherlands in Belgium, hundreds and hundreds of classics still have to be forgotten in sheds and under shelters. It has to be, because we alone encounter them by the dozen. The question is: should you be happy with such a barn find? You don't have to. It's allowed. Motorcycles that have been standing still for a long time usually snap there Read more

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