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A Dutch Car Show!

For the second part of my European Adventure with Europponaut Jobjoris, we went to a car show at Classic Park, an auto museum/classic car dealer over there in The Netherlands. For the drive over we went in Jobjoris’s sweet 911 as seen here:

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Look at those handsome devils. And the car rides and drives as good as it looks. Anyway, the show was somewhat focused on Dutch cars (note the DAF 600 t-shirt - me, the American, was the only one wearing DAF gear - sad) which meant the coolest little trucks ever were there, but there was a little bit of everything. First, though, the museum/dealership which is pretty stunning.

We were greeted by this amazing DB which meant we were in the right kind of place.
Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica. A big name for a tiny car.
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Frazer-Nash BMW
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Alfa Romeo 6C
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Replica, but nice.
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One of the 100's of Amphicars we saw on this trip.
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So, out in the parking lot was a great gathering of cars including the 911 we came in.

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This one is still with its original owner.
DAF 66 Marathon rollin’ in.
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Adorably pretty Nissan Figaro.
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I was surprised at the number of big ol’ American cars I saw. But, how can you not love a giant green Grand Fury?
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DAF YA-66
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I love this body style.
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This car came from Belgium where those are its official plates.
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These are the amazing and amazingly rare DAF Pony. They’re too cool. And handy for a small truck as they have DAF’s legendary variomatic CVT transmission.
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This thing looked like it was painted with a brush.
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Opel Olympia
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Land Rover owner in his natural habitat. He did eventually get it started.
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Fun stuff and thanks to Jobjoris for making it happen.

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