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    Winter time, key time

    Okay, it's not winter yet, but summer has passed its peak. And that is the time to stop dreaming and what to do. In recent years, we have seen a trend that buyers of classics have the luxury to go for convenience. More

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    Find of a classic ... Resurrection 2.0

    Every classic lover dreams of resurrection stories. Because what could be more fun than seeing a classic that has slept for a long time come back to life? There are still tons of clean sleepers Forgotten classics that were put away years ago. We are currently dreaming about one Citroën GS and an Audi 100. The More

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    Rudolf Steiner and the Art of Motorcycle Maintanance

    Rudolf Joseph Lorenz Steiner (Donji Kraljevec, February 25, 1861[1] – Dornach, March 30, 1925) was an Austrian esotericist, writer, architect, philosopher and had a unique view of pedagogy. He has become known as the founder of anthroposophy and its practical applications, such as the Freie Waldorfschule, anthroposophical medicine, healing pedagogy, social More

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    'Blauwtje': A very special BMW R45

    Maurice Hünen is a Maintenance Supervisor, genetic engineer, motorcyclist and politically active. Maurice is a good acquaintance with whom we are in regular contact. His BMW 'Blauwtje' was once such an unpredictable BMW R45. Recently Maurice has an R1150R. And maybe his unique Blue will go away. “Location deficiency”. It's something. We More

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    Technical solutions and finds

    Technical solutions and discoveries If it can't be done the way it should… Then it has to be done the way it can. Because the correct solution cannot be realized, sometimes you have to improvise. In our luxurious setting, that is often like cursing in church. After all, there are passionate enthusiasts who already get a heart attack More

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    Aviodrome Lelystad. Aviation history and …… .old timers

    It is well worth a visit for lovers of the Dutch industrial heritage. The Aviodrome in Lelystad is an ode to the Dutch aviation history. The Walhalla for aviation fans, which moved from Schiphol to Lelystad in 2003, is home to many, many beautiful things. And to such an extent that the aviofan is actually attached to a More

  • Becoming a Tatra specialist is not something you just do
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    Becoming a Tatra specialist is not something you just do

    Become a Tatras specialist? Apparently that happens to you. Simon, Niek and Maarten from Mc Motors & Cars from Arnhem are two genetic engineers. Tatras are difficult cars In Arnhem, in addition to the regular cases, there are also technical problem and hopeless cases. To the gearbox of the Tatra that is now in Arnhem More

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    Tyres

    Diagonal tires and radial tires: the advantages and disadvantages Suppose you have restored your classic from before the end of the sixties to perfection and you are ready for new tyres. The history of the vehicle indicates that it was delivered from new with diagonal tires. Bystanders, many 'advisors' and experts have More

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    Jaguar Daimler Club Holland parts day in Druten

    A parts day at Jaguar and nice weather. A great opportunity to spot old Jaguars and to find that one part you were latently looking for. The parts day of the Jaguar Daimler club Holland now traditionally takes place in Druten. Last Sunday, members and enthusiasts from far and wide came More

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    Power steering

    Did you know that 'power steering' was first applied to an automobile as far back as 1876? The American Fitts is considered responsible for this. In 1903 – mechanical – power steering was mounted on a truck for the first time. That was on a 5 tonne Columbia. The American Robert E. Twyford got the patent on More

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    Art and technology

    During a ride through the rain we saw his work displayed and attached a coffee stop to it. Joshua is an artist with skill, an eye for beauty and he is intrigued by 'the mechanics' behind the animals. More

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