Trade is picking up ...

Triumph Alltimers

This weekend we spoke to Titus Nietsch, the man behind Alltimers. Titus reported something that we had been told before. The Dutch classic trade is picking up, because people who are realistic do not immediately stop living after the announcement of the new holding rules.

But the top pieces go abroad. And a top piece can just as well be a top restoration, as a promising project.

"Middle objects" such as the Triumph from its range are the most difficult to trade: just too expensive for us, thrifty Dutchmen and not perfect enough for export ...

And the final resurrection from the European crisis is evidenced by the fact that in recent months, for the first time in years, there have been more classic exports to ... Spain.

2014 will be another top year!

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