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Author: Augusta Philbiche Tuesday, 31 January 2017
The 3th and 4th of June 2017, prewar motoring in Carignan for the 11th Grand Prix Retro d'Yvois in the French Ardennes.
Author: Hoppy Monday, 09 January 2017
I seem to be one of a very few females involved with Vintage and Veteran cars. Being in my early twenties means most of my friends are out until 3 or 4 in the morning at clubs on a Saturday night, whereas I am probably more likely to be found under a car or out on a night time drive. Or if it’s the wee hours of the morning, then probably watching countless YouTube videos of people playing with cars, motorbikes, tractors - well pretty much anything with an engine (even steam), or raiding fathers library hoping to find a car book I haven’t read. Are there many other girls out there like me? Young people in general?
Author: Politi Friday, 16 December 2016Submitted for consideration, PreWarCar daily magazine. Insert photo of your choice, perhaps any of 7 or so(with delighted owner).
For quite sometime I have been covertly brousing about the internet antique automobile site, in hopes of a find.
Way back, somebody decided to change the body of their BUGATTI ROYALE, and put away the old body in a barn somewhere.
If anybody out there has a lead on the whereabouts of the barn, kindly let me know(with a secret comment below).
No collect calls.
Bird dog fee paid for any info leading to acquisition!
Author: Frank Sauerwald Thursday, 24 November 2016Hello, dear Vale owners,
I bought a 1933 Vale special by auction (Coys) and I am searching
the chassis number on the chassis frame.
Can anyone help with this?
editor: under which number is the chassis registered? Many cars liuke that and of the period had no chassis number and were registered with their engine number.
Author: Sébastien Simon Wednesday, 02 November 2016This feature is excellent, and I read every new instalment with interest.
However, when I sometimes want to check an old issue, I find it difficult to search for it.
Would it not be possible to add a specific "PWC Workshop" line to the "Magazine" Scroll down menu? This would make it so much easier!
Thank you for the good work!
Thanks for asking. In the new website that we are building currently this will be much easier.
However if you look at the homepage you see a Searchbox. You can enter PWC Workshop there and find all the stories easily.
Check/Click this !
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