Everyone knows what an oldtimer is. Less known are youngtimers, unless you are already an enthusiastic. Most youngtimers are between 20 and 30 years old and were built in the 80’s and the early 90’s.
More and more, people are discovering the charm of these cars. It is al about driving the cars of your youth. You can easily find parts, maintenance is cheap and insurance cost is relatively low.
After supercars we have a lighter theme in store for you – literally.
From 29/10 to 11/12 we will be putting a number of micro, bubble and popular cars in the spotlight.
Everyone is familiar these days with small city cars like the Smart, the Mini, the Beetle, the 2CV and others. But bubble and micro cars have been around since the ‘50s. These diminutive vehicles were a response to the first oil crisis ...