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  • Volkswagen Scirocco CL (1982)

    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

  • Renault 16 TS 1968. Jaap's direct hit 1

    Renault 16 TS (1968). Jaap's direct hit

    Jaap loves Renault, the French voiture has already conquered his motorists' heart during his working years at the Renault dealer Rosier in Leeuwarden. Already at that time he thought it was an appearance with daring modern contours and we are talking about the 60s/70s. In principle, the Renault 16 TS has the same body as the normal 16, but is equipped with various improvements. All the extras as standard equipment showed a price tag of ƒ 9.995  More

  • Citroen BX Sport 1986. The real iconic Flodder BX 1

    Citroën BX Sports (1986). The real iconic 'Flodder' BX 

    The chance that you have a Citroen BX Sport in everyday traffic is getting smaller and smaller. It's actually a bit of nostalgia. The BX models made for peak performance – such as the GT and the Sport – have become rare. It is a high-profile youngtimer, and this very fine and comfortable, reasonably modern car has not yet been forgotten.  More

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    Fireplaces and BBQs more polluting than cars auto

    What is the influence of passenger car traffic on air quality in the Netherlands? The KNAC has been asking this question since the introduction of the first environmental zones in 2007 and the reduction of the maximum speed to 100 km/h in 2020. KNAC director Peter Staal lacks a good numerical substantiation that justifies all anti-car measures. More

  • Mille Miglia 2021 1919


    Andrea Vesco and Fabio Salvinelli are the winners of the 1000 Miglia 2021. After almost 1800 km through some of the most beautiful cities in Italy, they won the competition with the Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Super Sport of 1929. Below you can read a short report and have Of course we also take a lot of pictures. More

  • Alfa Romeo 155 Twin Spark 1,8 (1996)

    Alfa Romeo 155 Twin Spark 1,8 (1996) from Harm 

    The preference for Alfa Romeo's character traits passed from father to son at Harm. It didn't stop with dreams, both father and son came into possession of classic purebred horses and the greatest possible satisfaction is still noticeable when Harm talks about his youngtimer, the Alfa Romeo 155 Twin Spark. About its performance, about its comfort, about its design. But his enthusiasm – during the chance meeting – was also contagious.  More

  • Opel Monza Coupe (1985)

    Opel Monza Coupe (1985). Infinite admiration for Opel 

    Pieter Visser has a surplus of passion for the German Opel, not for a few years, but for his entire life. How this came about is easy to explain. His father was completely preoccupied with Opel from his first Manta 16 S, which he bought at the dealer for 70 Dutch guilders in the 10.000s. After that, many would follow. The Opel experience has been taken over by Pieter with major consequences.  More

  • Innocenti Lambretta scooter (1960)

    Innocenti Lambretta scooter (1960). Back to 'La dolce vita' 

    The owner of this Italian beauty did not buy the scooter with his wallet, but with his heart. He also had no plans to invest time in it, but to immediately award Quiryn restorations in the Westereen. If you first look at the condition in which it was purchased, you will probably be overcome by a feeling of despondency. You wonder whether the buyer has been sufficiently critical with the purchase and this wreck.  More

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