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    Oldsmobile Sedan (1946) by Frans. The joy of driving… 

    Wasn't America always the land of happiness and prosperity? Where is the 'Sky the limit'? This dream world is not for everyone. But perhaps for Frans, because he found this extraordinarily special Oldsmobile in a reasonably good condition, which it now drives around after 7 years of restoration work (!).  More

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    Ian Guy. This artist captures classic cars in paintings

    Ian Guy is a British artist inspired by classic cars and motorcycles. Among other things, he became fascinated by vehicles that appeared in films or video clips and shows an extensive collection of paintings on his website. From the General Lee of The Dukes of Hazzard, to a special focus on the Ford that became famous thanks to the band ZZ Top.  More

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    Bad luck – column

    It's outdated, but I almost always stop in front of people (M/F or whatever) with bad luck. Except for lease knights and princesses. Because they have a structural mobility guarantee. More

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    The 25th Oldtimer and Classic Fair. Coming home in Leek

    It's October 9, 2021. I'm going to the Oldtimer and Classic Fair in the Sports Center in Leek. Due to corona, the 2020 edition was canceled, moreover, in 2019 I was not present at the old-timer party of Anton Rosema and his friends due to a beautiful Estoril Classics trip. But now the time has come, and I am very happy that I can visit the great indoor event in Leek again. More

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    The Great Simcas of the Fifties

    When Europe arose from the ruins of the Second World War in 1945, the situation in France was one of utter helplessness. Not only had the country been a fierce battleground in 1940 and 1944, it had been intensively looted by Germany to obtain the machinery and materials for the Eastern Front. What remained was used for German war production, but fleeing from the Allies, the Germans took with them what they could and destroyed what they did not want to fall into the hands of the enemy. When peace finally came, the production of cars and trucks had stopped More

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