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Dutch painter Cor van Dalen likes both pre- and postwar cars and enjoyes to rally them intensively and meeting likewise fascinated people. These meetings also inspire him to put down his ideas on oil and canvas. In his words: “A painting is more than an impression of an automobile, it captures it’s spirit.” One example of his work is this Traction languishing in a field but we also like his Volvo Barnfind.

Saturday, 26 June 2010

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Come and say hello!

Meet Annette Abaci, European Car Specialist and head of the newly opened German office of RM Auctions. Together with RM’s UK Finance Manager Julia Edwards, she will brave 620 km and 32 hairpin bends to race in the Silvretta Classic from July 8-11. It’s a regulation rally in timed stages through the Silvretta Alpine Pass, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Annette and Julia will contest the breathtaking route in Annette’s Jaguar XK120. If you are also going to be at this event, be sure to find Annette and Julia to say hello!
(photo courtesy RM Auctions)

Friday, 25 June 2010

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GF5268 - The Fastest MGA ever?

rutger_gf5268_300Your editor RB is just like most other human beings. He is a law obeying driver but at rare occasions his right foot will show its own will.  Here you see the result of his foot going flat-out while out on a photographic mission for PostWarClassic. Unfortunately there was a government paid dectective waiting behind a tree to take his picture. The reporter was caught in action while performing his duty, yet will be convicted for trespassing the speed limit with nearly 6.0000 mph!  His exact speed was measured at 36.6609 MPH ! Still there is a lot of tuning to do for Rutger to get closer to the proven fastest MGA ever.

Thursday, 24 June 2010

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Il Quadrifoglio Verde

Today, as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Alfa Romeo, what could be more fitting than to show you the Green Cloverleaf. It was the emblem of Autodelta, the racing department of Alfa Romeo and you can still see it on many of the more sporting Alfa’s, like for instance this 1964 Alfa Romeo TI Super.

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

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