Classic Wings & Wheels 2019

Classic Wings & Wheels 2019

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dinkel

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Saturday 14th December 2019
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Classic Wings & Wheels 2019, it's like a Dutch Little Goodwood:

Dodge Challenger getting ready for a bit of track time.


Daytona Competizione after a few laps on the big oval.


CW&W is one of those rare Dutch events with only a handful Porsches present.

dinkel

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Sunday 5th January 2020
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Fantastic big Bentley, Peaky Blinders stylee.


Gorgeous details on this car.


This 2CV is believed to be one of the oldest and from the 1949 1st production batch. Dutch collector Edwin Groen bought it in 2018 beating Michelin.
- https://www.ad.nl/buitenland/nederlandse-eenden-ve...


Edwin brought more than a few of his immaculate collection tot the Classic Wings & Wheels event.


Food in style: Peugeot J7.

More?

psgcarey

586 posts

123 months

Sunday 5th January 2020
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Yes please.

dinkel

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Tuesday 14th January 2020
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On with the show:

I just can't get enough of that prewar stuff...


Harry can't be missed: 27 litre Petersen built Bentley.


More gorgeous details.

crankedup

24,599 posts

204 months

Tuesday 14th January 2020
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Thanks for posting some brilliant images, pre season taste testing warm up for 2020 smile

dinkel

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Wednesday 15th January 2020
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Well, it should be a waste keeping the pictures taken just for myself wouldn't it? wink Thx and there's so much more: https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/profile.asp?me...

dinkel

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Wednesday 19th February 2020
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Pre war cars:

There's just so much to see!


I could drown in all those lovely details.


Just look at this being... being!

dinkel

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Wednesday 29th April 2020
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Hard to beat Donkervoort in the sun.


Hard to beat Triumph TR3 in the sun.


Spectacular prewar Bentley.

dinkel

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Saturday 16th May 2020
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Words fail to describe this epic prewar Alfa wrapped in gorgeous patina.


Cobra Club entry did not dissapoint.


Nuff to see on this one.


Some tidy Ferrari racer.


Don't bother to repair. This looks so much better.


It's not much but it's enough.

dinkel

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Wednesday 3rd June 2020
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Gorgeous and award winning Anton Raaymakers Jensen C-V8:



dinkel

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Saturday 4th July 2020
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Austin A40 Somerset Cabriolet:



dinkel

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Thursday 20th August 2020
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The gift that keeps on giving:

One of only 409 De Tomaso Longchamp (1972–1989, Tom Tjaarda - Ghia) powered by the famous and lovely 351 Cleveland.


Harry's Meteor-engined beast.


1934 Singer 9 Le Mans: 34 hp 972 cc inline-four, 106 kmh!

Edited by dinkel on Friday 28th August 07:56

Yertis

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227 months

Thursday 20th August 2020
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dinkel said:
cool Nice...

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MGJ2

240 posts

99 months

Thursday 20th August 2020
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dinkel said:
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MG T-type: built between 1936 and 1955. This would be a TD: Vmax 77 mph (124 km/h), 0–60 mph in 18.2 secs and 26.7 MPG 10.6 L/100 km).
Singer LeMans


ETA: Alvis Speed 25 Special in the background.

dinkel

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Friday 21st August 2020
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MGJ2 said:
dinkel said:
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MG T-type: built between 1936 and 1955. This would be a TD: Vmax 77 mph (124 km/h), 0–60 mph in 18.2 secs and 26.7 MPG 10.6 L/100 km).
Singer LeMans


ETA: Alvis Speed 25 Special in the background.
I know nothing! Sorry... boxedin

dinkel

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Tuesday 1st September 2020
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Cute pair of 500s.


Interesting Alfa Romeo monoposto.


Expensive dent.


Heading for the usual Dutch Ferrari Club spot.

dinkel

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Wednesday 16th September 2020
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Stunning Jensen Interceptor truly is a timeless design. IMO a 383 cid Chrysler car is a better drive than a period Italian GT.


Harry is not a down-sizing guy, hence his 27 litre Petersen built.


Ferrari Daytona Competizione anyone? Resting after a quick stint.

dinkel

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Thursday 1st October 2020
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You gotta love this immaculate Jensen C-V8.


The interior... OMG, all new and a true palace. This car has won its prices.


Chrysler Hemi power is super smooth and no match for any other period Yank V8.


dinkel

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Monday 12th October 2020
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Maserati 250F if I'm correct.


I'm in love with 20s-50s tech: so visible and architectural.


Not much to beat here: racing heritage and a legacy to die for.

dinkel

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Tuesday 8th December 2020
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Driver sits on box and shaft!


You gotta love pre war cars.


Classic livery attracts.