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Britain defines what exactly is a historic vehicle

Britain defines what exactly is a historic vehicle

According to a new ruling in the United Kingdom, a Vehicle of Historic Interest is at least 40 years old and in original condition. The new ruling matches similar legislation in other European countries.

The British government has issued guidance over the new MOT-rules for classic vehicles. Last September, the Department for Transport announced that

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Cadillac Caribou at Kissimmee

Cadillac Caribou at Kissimmee

The thing with a luxury brand like Cadillac is that they don’t build practical cars, like stationwagons or pickups. But fortunately, there are coachbuilders that will serve this demand. This 1974 Cadillac Caribou is part of the big Mecum Kissimmee auction next month.

In the seventies and eighties, there were two American companies offering pickups

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Invest $ 50 in a classic car by app

Invest $ 50 in a classic car by app

There are several investment funds that specialize in classic cars. But this one uses an app. And with that, you can invest in a true classic for as little as $ 50, says Yahoo Finance.

The idea comes from three guys that present themselves as Chris, Rob and Max. Apart from a passion for classic

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A Packard in Denmark

A Packard in Denmark

At the moment there is an online auction going on in Denmark, of a small collection of classic cars. One of them is this 1929 Packard 640 Club Sedan.

The car was imported to Norway from the USA eight or nine years ago and has since then been extensively renovated with original parts.
The engine

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The bubblecar-bubble did not last long

The bubblecar-bubble did not last long

You can say that the bubblecar was one of the biggest mistakes in automotive history. Because microcars, or bubblecars or whatever you call them, were never really popular while they were built. Cars like the BMW Isetta, the Heinkel Kabinenroller, the Meadows Frisky, the Peel, the Fuldamobil, the Bond, the … uh…. where was I?

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