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  • ASA 1000 GT
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    ASA 1000 GT. Artwork by Italian grand masters.

    For a long, very long time, Enzo Ferrari argued that a number of twelve cylinders was the minimum standard for the cars that could bear his name. Still, the Italian car grandmaster revised his starting point. Ferrari wanted to generate a stable revenue stream to support its core business on a permanent basis. Ferrari was looking for additional finances for the racing activities of the Italians. It forced the Italians to develop a car with a smaller displacement. That step was the precursor for the ASA brand, which existed from 1962 to 1967. More

  • the Gallery, showroom, Brummen
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    An empty showroom ...

    ... in Brummen. So the showroom on the ground floor of the Gallery. And that is currently empty because the floor gets a makeover. A satisfied Nico Aaldering reports that everything is going well. Almost all his cars are sold abroad. More