Is this modified DKW worth more or less?

Is this modified DKW worth more or less?

During restoration ten years ago, this DKW 3=6 was modified from a two-door sedan to a coupé. Question: is it modification making it worth more or less now?

The German DKW’s were famous for their two-stroke three cylinder engines (rrrengdedengdengdeng!) but also for their flamboyant looks.

Their 1950’s model was named 3=6, to emphasize the

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A real Spanish beauty

A real Spanish beauty

There are not many Pegaso sportscars around, but we found this one in… Spain. 

And then suddenly, on a website that is up to its ears in straightforward used cars, you find this Spanish beauty. This Pegaso Z103 is from 1955. Its aluminum body was built by Touring, the famous coachbuilder from Milan, that

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The color of Bordeaux wine

The color of Bordeaux wine

The Renault 16 was sensational in 1965. And actually, it still is today.

What is it what makes this car so very French? Is it the color of lovely red wine? Is it the luxury of the interior? Or is it the practicality of it, that does not submit to conservative ideas about how a

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This is not an Alfa Romeo

This is not an Alfa Romeo

It is amazing how the shape of this car talks to us. Immediately when you see it, you know that this car was built for just one purpose: to drive as fast as possible. The curved shapes make it look energetic and muscular, as an athlete ready to start. The rounded back side reminds us

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A charming little Simca coupé

A charming little Simca coupé

The French automaker Simca produced conventional automobiles during the 1940’s and ‘50’s: rear-wheel drive cars with the engine in the front. But in 1961 they came with a new, small car, the Simca 1000.

This car had the engine in the back, similar to the Volkswagen Beetle and also similar to the small cars of

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One owner, low mileage

One owner, low mileage

They still exist, cars that were bought new a long time ago and then kept by the same owner for decades. This Opel Commodore was bought brand new in 1968 by a German dentist. He took really good care of it. In all those years, he drove only 114,000 kilometers with the car, it is

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