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    Classics can shine. Or not – column

    Spoke this week with the proud, but above all 'happy' owner of a restored top classic. And heard how he had secured his storage room against burglary. Because he fully realizes that he is not the only one with very good taste. Read more

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    Restoration is done for pleasure

    It has been a long time ago that 'cars with work' or serious restoration jobs are only very popular. This is of course because the restoration of a classic here in Western Europe has become almost unaffordable. And the generation of classic enthusiasts who simply do such a job under their own management? It is pretty thinned out. Read more

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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

  • A Kreidler egg tank Dutch Floretts have their history. In no country in the world were there around the 1960s as many mopeds per inhabitant as in the Netherlands. No wonder a major producer like Kreidler wanted to make some adjustments for that.
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    A scooter. Kreidler egg tank

    A Kreidler egg tank
    Dutch Floretts have their history. In no country in the world were there as many mopeds per inhabitant around the XNUMXs as in the Netherlands. No wonder that a large producer like Kreidler wanted to make some adjustments. The Kreidlers became legendary, not least because of the racing successes that importer van Veen achieved with them Read more