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    Crewe. Bentley headquarters for 75 years

    Abingdon, Manchester, Longbridge, Oxford, Blackpool, Malvern, Castle Bromwich, Cowley. Just a few names of places where the British car industry was rooted and once enjoyed glorious times. Crewe should not be missing in that list of names. This place name symbolizes one of the most exclusive car brands in the world. People have been building there for 75 years Read more

  • Jan Wolters' Rolls-Royce Hall of Fame
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    Jan Wolters' Rolls-Royce Hall of Fame

    The Rolls-Royce hobby is addictive because it is so much fun. Jan discovered special Rolls-Royces in England together with his hobby friend. They did not stop at looking and admiring, but they were bought and taken. By: Dirk de Jong If you have passion for something then you just have to give in to it and with others Read more

  • Bentley S1
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    Bentley S1

    Bentley was founded by Walter Owen Bentley (1888-1971). founded in 1919. After the First World War, the brand was known for its sports cars that competed extremely successfully in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Bentley was acquired by Rolls-Royce in 1931, after which production was discontinued for two years. During the rebirth of the brand, Read more

  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow
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    Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow rescue

    8 years ago Jan Wolters got in touch with a private seller of a nice 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow in England. He flew straight to London to buy the best car in the world and take it with him to the Frisian country. He was forced to be parked elsewhere, but now in Read more

  • Rolls
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    Rolls

    From 1962 onwards, many Britons - especially housewives - were able to proudly report that they had Rolls that were used more than regularly and were able to cope well with their task. Can you imagine how awe of the conversation partner grew if such texts were ventilated? It was then a Rolls Rapide. Read more

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    The National Classic Research 2017

    The National Classics Research. What is that and why did that happen? Never before have so many classics and youngtimers been driven in our country as now. There are over 1,5 million of them. And youngtimers and classics are now more popular than ever. Just look at the appreciation of many models in recent years. What Read more

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    Porsche big winner in National Classic Research 2017

    We recently investigated how involved importers and manufacturers are in the classic world. Which brands care about their classics and which don't? One brand stood head and shoulders above the rest in the National Classic Research 2017: Porsche. Various international studies have shown that classics are big business. As it turned out from a Read more

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    AMK Classic research: participate!

    Can you go to the dealer with your classic or youngtimer or do you have to go to a brand specialist? Does an importer do something for you if you have a classic? Let us know in the big AMK Classic Survey! You may have already noticed on our Facebook page that we have started this research. Since Read more

  • Monica, by Martin
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    Monica, by Martin

    Monica, by Martin. In other words: whoever keeps what has what. Recently, the Martin-Monica engine blocks number two and four have surfaced. Ordinary. Here in the Netherlands. The engine blocks were once thought for F1 racing. Monica was intended to put France back in the top segment of automotive construction. The Martin engines knew quite a bit Read more

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    BMW Group Classic brings history together in one place

    BMW Group Classic has completed a major relocation. In Milbertshofen (Munich) visitors will now find everything about the history of the 100-year-old brand. The extensive collection of cars, archives, customer center, workshop and parts service are now grouped under one roof. BMW Group Classic also returns to Read more

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