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Largest swap meet in New- Zealand

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Author: Kevin Atkinson Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Largest swap meet in New- Zealand
The largest swapmeet in New Zealand is held in Canterbury at the Vintage Car Club every October.
New Zealand has a real eclectic mix of vehicles, some American,some British, with a smaller smattering of continental European so you never know what you’ll find.
This year there were the usual stall and trailers full of assorted treasures plus no shortage of cars for sale, including a few interesting projects. 
Perhaps the 39 Buick might appeal, or if you want something smaller the Morris 8 might be more to your taste.
  
   

DE DION BOUTON BG 1908

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Author: stefano lombardi Monday, 09 October 2017

DE DION BOUTON BG 1908THIS CAR IS MY NEW LOVE. I AM WAITING 2 YEARS TO RACE LONDON BRIGHTON. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS CAR ?
I KNOW ONLY 7 IN THE WORLD. DO YOU HAVE NEWS ABOUT ?
GRAZIE
    
   

Each year: From London to Brighton

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Author: Lars Kahl Tuesday, 03 October 2017

Each year: From London to Brightonsee our 2 veteran cars, on the left a Benz Viktoria and on the right a Benz Velo. Both cars are joining the LTBVCR since years. See you at Hyde-park on 5. of November.
More information needed ? See facebook.com/asc.lg.tradition or on our website: www.allgemeinerschnauferl.club
   

Durant Motor Club meeting

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Author: Donald Risen Monday, 02 October 2017

Durant Motor Club meeting
Fortunately I was invited to attend the Durant Motor Club event at the DiMartini Home near Patterson, California this past Friday night. That is me beside a 1925 Flint with a California top. Other Durant products are behind the Flint. The DeVaux in the group got t-boned in downtown Modesto on Thursday so it's not included, nor are the Locomobile brands that stayed back in Modesto. It's fit in well since I started writing a book about Billy Durant's early years, including the founding of General Motors in 1908. Hope to have my book published before too much more time goes by.
  Don Risen
   

Irish Vertern and Vintage Car Club Brass Brigade Run Oct 2017

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Author: Noel Hughes Monday, 02 October 2017

Irish Vertern and Vintage Car Club Brass Brigade Run Oct 2017This years Brass Brigade run was an exceptional event for pre 1918 cars organised by the president of the IVVCC Shane Houlihan and his wonderful band of helpers. Our base was The Park Hotel Dungarvan Co Waterford. We had a great event with an entry of ninty cars. We travelled the copper coast drive  and then inland to Curraghmore House for our coffee stop and a nice scenic drive back to base in pleasent afternoon sunshine .
The photograph shows our 1911 Renault AX Roadster which travelled  very well on the day. You cant beat open air motoring  
  
   

1931 CHEV

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Author: Jeff and Shona Dawson Friday, 29 September 2017

1931 CHEVJust waiting for eagle radiator  cap to be fitted
  
   

a mystery car from another period

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Author: Bill Bishop Wednesday, 27 September 2017

a mystery car from another periodI feel that Frazer Sloan may be correct in the article about a mystery car from another period. The photos show the radiators of a 1908 45hp, 1914 20hp and a 1923 40/50 hp.  The features that point to a 40/50 are the mudguards which match those on my 40/50. They were on other models after WWI as well, the electric lamps would most likely be CAV.The just visible front axle is a good clue. The axle on a 40/50 was basically flat whereas the big sixes had axles with a significant dip in the center.
All this points to a car built after the war which came on the market around 1919 and at the latest 1924.

Bill Bishop
  
   

Model T "Fever" Strikes Again!!

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Author: Jeff Perkins Thursday, 14 September 2017

Model T "Fever" Strikes Again!!Since my purchase and recommissioning of a 1930 Ford Model A Phaeton (see PWC previous features) I have thoroughly enjoyed driving the more modern Model A vs. the Model T's I drove for many year. A sense of relief in not owning a T had settled in and I was complacent. However the "fever" was still in my system and suddenly surfaced this fall when the opportunity to purchase a 1912 Model T presented itself. So now I have a new project this winter, ladies and gentleme, presenting my 1912 Model T Ford......fever cured!!
 
   

1. Westfalen Klassik 2017

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Author: Andrea Monday, 11 September 2017

1. Westfalen Klassik 2017
 
   

Dodge

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Author: Wolfgang Sunday, 03 September 2017

DodgeDODGE VICTORY 6,Bj. 1928
  
   

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