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Peugeot 203 with lots of goodies

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When on holiday in France, our frequent correspondent Karel Vermeer always keeps a look-out for interesting automobiles. In a small town he spotted this striking Peugeot 203 parked in a side street. Lots of these Peugeots still survive -and so they should!- but what makes this one interesting is that it is totally decked out with all kind of accessories that were available for this model. They were made by Robri, a French company specializing in this kind of extra’s for not only Peugeot, but also Citroën and Panhard.

Monday, 25 October 2010

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An AMC Pacer with a door issue

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Today we’ll take another look at the Rambler-AMC museum in The Netherlands. Of course there is also an example of the Pacer. A unique feature of this car is that the passenger door is several inches wider than the door on the driver’s side. When one of the other visitors said “I had a car like that” we told him about the difference in the doors. He then said, Gee, I’ve had that Pacer for six years and I never noticed!”

Sunday, 24 October 2010

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AMC Rebel with functional hoodscoop

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Last week we visited a museum that probably has the largest collection of Rambler-AMC automobiles in the world. All models are there, including all kinds of special editions. We very much liked this mean 1970 Rebel “Machine” with its 340 hp, 390 cid four-barrel V8, the highest output engine ever shoehorned in an AMC. It sports a ‘functional hoodscoop’ meaning the tachometer was placed on the hood. But what if it rained?

Saturday, 23 October 2010

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A Jubilee in Germany

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“125 Years of the Automobile” will be the theme at next year’s ‘Solitude Revival’. In July more than 600 vehicles are expected at the 12.7 km long circuit in the Glems forest near Stuttgart, Germany. It is to be a three-day festival all about classic and antique cars near the birthplace of the automobile at the historical site of the first automobile races in Germany. The Solitude Revival will have free admission for spectators round the circuit, including free transfer from nearby car parks and train stations with vintage buses.

Friday, 22 October 2010

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