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  • Not just anybody’s little Austin

    Not just anybody’s little Austin

    Strange things can happen to cars that are for sale. Take this little 1959 Austin A35, for instance. It looks wonderful, looks as if it has been fully restored. That should be worth some money. 

    Yes, some money indeed. But the owner, who is in Germany, asks EUR 22,500 for it.

    Huh?

    You see,

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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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Two pretty Citroëns with a history

Two pretty Citroëns with a history

Sure, you can buy a Citroën Traction Avant just about anywhere in Europe. They have been in production from 1934 to 1955 and collectors got to them early. Even in the 1970’s the big Citroëns with their swooping front wings were already considered to be classic cars. So they have been preserved from a very

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The smallest limousine on earth

The smallest limousine on earth

Throughout history, there has always been a good relationship between Greece and the United Kingdom. Perhaps that explains the relatively large amount of British classic cars that we find on the website Car.gr. One of them is this remarkable little limousine: a Vanden Plas 1100.

In the early 1960’s, British Motor Corporation was working on

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