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  • Citroën DS 20 Break
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    Citroën DS 20 Break. The Nose of the Pike.

    When owner Marc gladly informs me that we are allowed to photograph a great 50 year old 7 seater station wagon, it can be German, French, Swedish or American, but in any case something beautiful. When a few days later I am in a neighborhood in Amstelveen where a garage door slowly has a pointed nose with a split More

  • Impression: Volkswagen Transporter T3 1.9
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    Volkswagen Transporter T3 1.9. An impression.

    Michel Verhaag's Volkswagen Transporter T3 was driven by the undersigned for various purposes. For example, the VW served as a parts carrier on the way to classic car events. And if your own transport was not sufficient to transport large items, there was no obstacle to getting the Bus on loan. High time More

  • Volkswagen Beetle 1303 (1973) by David. A 'personal' classic
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    Volkswagen Beetle 1303 (1973) by David. A 'personal' classic

    The word Beetle sounds familiar to many people. Many people immediately associate the word with the Volkswagen, which evokes memories for many people. Memories of a disappeared street scene. That does not apply to David Halbersma, because he is only 19 years old and would like to keep this 1303 Volkswagen Beetle 1973 on the road as a hobby car. David is one of the young enthusiastic classic enthusiasts who likes to show his classic in the area.  More

  • Volkswagen Golf
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    Volkswagen Golf Diesel. Revolution in 1976.

    In the first half of the 204s, Volkswagen engineers looked closely at the fairly limited diesel supply within the car industry. Also prompted by the first oil crisis, the development of a new generation of compact diesel power units is starting. Peugeot is already building small diesels for the 304 and XNUMX. But VW decides that the Golf concept lends itself perfectly to a much improved diesel engine. The diesel engine should not only be economical and efficient. The new diesel will also have to demonstrate performance values ​​that correspond to engines from comparable petrol cars. The starting points form the prelude to the first VW Golf Diesel. More

  • Volkswagen Beetle Type 11 A 1950 2
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    Volkswagen Beetle (Type 11 A) (1950): Epie Kooistra's brown glasses.

    How can an international businessman who has been buying (and selling) wholesale lots for over 40 years escape the bustle of business life? If business is a lifestyle and business acumen is active 24 hours a day, is there still free time? Yes, because Epie still has a love for motorized treats from his childhood, and that influence is still felt. People who are attracted by the same (car) passion will understand.  More

  • Volkswagen Scirocco CL (1982)
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    Volkswagen Scirocco CL (1982). The fire of joy for Jetse 

    A beautiful story of father and son with a healthy dose of car enthusiasts. In 2015 a Volkswagen Scirocco was found and the passion broke through to start a restoration job. It was the right thing to do, nothing could stop them, it felt good and they both let themselves be guided by a fantastic sense of pleasure. If you are enthusiastic, then nothing seems difficult, but it took at least 5 years of hard work to prepare the Volkswagen for a second life.  More

  • VW Fusca (1963)
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    VW Fusca (1963). VW do Brasil by Willie. 

    Connoisseurs will then know that we are talking about an air-cooled type that was produced in Brazil, and that is of course our trusted solid VW Beetle. This story is about this world car that actually crossed the ocean (2008) and came from tropical Brazil – via Portugal – to the cold Netherlands.  More

  • Volkswagen T1
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    Volkswagen T1 bus (1969). The world of Volkswagen for Douwe. 

    If you have been chef in a VW garage for 46 years and have experienced the very successful development, you can certainly speak of 'the world of Volkswagen' with him. A man who knows the entire VW catalog by heart and who effortlessly mentions the serial numbers of all parts. He is now rightfully 'Pensionado' and enjoys his spare time in which Volkswagen still plays a leading role.  More

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