Are encounters when it comes to classic cars a coincidence? Or is it always the right time and the right place? The discoveries and owners of beautiful classics/oldtimers don't appear just like that, do they?
By: Dirk de Jong
If you're open to it, it's "The mind gets what it expects, maybe this find is proof again. This Ford 20 M (Type P7a) was also available in a two-door and coupé version. The car was only in production for 14 months, after which the P7b appeared on the production line. We got this information from a chance passer-by who also showed an interest in this astonishingly beautiful Ford. (And also had a lot of knowledge of classic Fords.)
We find a colorful mix of classics along the way. Sometimes completely original, and sometimes not. Sometimes you see that the car has lived, but also in new condition, such as this Ford 20 M. A spacious and silent car, where you can easily get in and out, but also where you sit just as comfortably in the back as in the front. With a colossal coffee area for all luggage. Truly a car for the whole family.
The discoveries (unfortunately) do not always lead to encounters because we cannot easily trace the owner. But that doesn't stop us from sharing our experience with you through photos.
moment of connection
A discovery is always a pleasant experience, which creates contacts with enthusiasts who keep the car hobby burning. And that enthusiasm is also a moment of connection. In fact: You notice that sometimes a complete stranger can even become a friend in a few minutes due to the joint hobby.
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