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Postwar X-mas Puzzle day 3

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The sports car in part 3 of our six-day puzzle came straight from the barn to an exhibition, at least that’s what they wanted us to believe. This well rotten example was produced between May 1955 and February 1963 and is shown here with the optional removable hardtop. Its model name consisted of three digits plus two letters that meant ‘sports’ and ‘light’ in its native language. Of course we have taken out the emblems on the bonnet (or hood) and the hubcaps, otherwise this would be too easy.

Write down the name of this automobile, but please DO NOT send us your answer before the last puzzle has been published. Of course you can contact us on all other topics, because our office is always staffed! From the participants with all answers correct, four names will be drawn at random. All four winners will receive the famous PostWarClassic T-shirt. Good luck and if you like quizzes, try your hand at the PreWarCar Christmas Quiz. Enjoy this holiday season!

Thursday, 28 December 2017

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Postwar X-mas Puzzle day 2

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Don’t mind the cat, he was just curious and trying to get in the way. Part 2 of our six-day puzzle is a small Italian automobile in the very early stage of its restoration. Shown here is the third model introduced in 1949.

Write down the name of this automobile, but please DO NOT send us your answer before the last puzzle has been published. Of course you can contact us on all other topics, because our office is always staffed! From the participants with all answers correct, four names will be drawn at random. All four winners will receive the famous PostWarClassic T-shirt. Good luck and if you like quizzes, try your hand at the PreWarCar Christmas Quiz. Enjoy this holiday season!

Wednesday, 27 December 2017

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Postwar X-mas Puzzle day 1

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The last week of the year 2017! Time for the traditional Postwar X-mas Puzzle! This year we are going to show you a barnfind, an abandoned wreck or any other car in a sad state. Up to you to tell us what the make of that automobile is (or was in many cases). To participate it’s enough to mention the make, but extra points can be earned by adding the model name (where appropriate). As usual we’ll start with an easy one, but it’s a promise, they are getting more and more difficult.

Today’s find doesn’t really come from a barn, but old wrecks like this can still be found in rural France. No need to tell more, do we? Write down the name of this automobile, but please DO NOT send us your answer before the last puzzle has been published. Of course you can contact us on all other topics, because our office is always staffed! From the participants with all answers correct, four names will be drawn at random. All four winners will receive the famous PostWarClassic T-shirt. Good luck and if you like quizzes, why not try your hand at today’s PreWarCar Christmas Quiz. Enjoy this holiday season!

Tuesday, 26 December 2017

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The best-read articles on PostWarClassic in 2017

The best-read articles on PostWarClassic in 2017
The year is not yet over, but there’s only a couple of days left, and we’ll traditionally fill those with our Christmas puzzle here. So why not yet take a look back at 2017? With the best-read articles of the past year.

One thing that struck us when we looked for the stories you seemingly appreciated most: all of them have the ‘2017’ word in the heading. A coincidence? Perhaps.

1. You seem to like the Mille Miglia and its cars. The 2017 storica edition was good for some exotic machinery, and we had a look at those here prior to the start of the race in May. It was the best-read article of last year. Click here to read it back.

2. It cannot be a coincidence. Our second most popular story was about the same race and posted only a day later. It was about the ladies teams, and that picture of a lovely lady in an equally lovely little red roadster may have helped? Read it here.

3. In January, we asked ourselves (and you!): Do restorations still pay in 2017? We weren’t too sure ourselves after having compared the one car with the other. Take these two Healey Hundreds for example… Full story to be read here

4. It was March and Mother’s Day was nearly there. Don’t forget your good old mother, we advised, and you wanted to know more about that, or so it seemed. We wrote about some of the more feminine cars that were made. Click here for the full story.

5. Ferraris, Ferraris and Ferraris. We have a love-hate affair with them but there’s no way to ignore them in the universe of classic cars. We do not know what you think of them, but you appreciated our January story about the never ending stream of them. Read it here.

Now, back to your Christmas festivities! Don’t forget our Christmas puzzle starting from tomorrow right here and all the best for the end of the year.


Monday, 25 December 2017

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