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Bjoelie, the Mecca for classic enthusiasts

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Rarely is a corrupted name - and doesn't 'Beaulieu' sound much more upscale? - been more successful.


'Bjoelie' is the Mecca for lovers of everything that has ever driven, in any condition.

Many Dutch people go there every time, or at least as often as possible. To look, buy, sell, but also for the unique atmosphere.

Among those Bjoeliegangers is also Gerrik Kranenberg from the animal company GekraMotors. Gerrits interest and interests are in the corner of old army motorcycles, but if he ever remarks a bit strange, then that is worth a smile.

Not only unique finds are made, but also unique solutions found ...

And is there anyone who can see what is tied up on the roof of that van?

So with this: 1.0 car transport

In Auto Motor Klassiek number 11 you can read all about it ...


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