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Fine Classic Cars at the Louwman Museum in The Netherlands

A 1932 Bugatti Type 50T Coach Profilee Should you have plans to travel to Europe in the future, one destination to add to your itinerary is a visit to one of the most important automobile collections in the world – the Louwman Museum. The collection was started in 1934 by P.V. Louwman, who imported the Dodge and Toyota into…

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Oh, Là Là! – High Style at the Concours D’Elegance

Hispano Suiza J12, coachwork by Binder. Although the term is quite familiar to aficionados today, “Concours D’Elegance” (literally a competition of elegance) dates back to 17th century. It refers to a pastime enjoyed by the French aristocracy who proudly paraded their ornate and custom-built carriages through the parks of Paris on Summer weekends and holidays…

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Sensuous Steel – Art Deco Automobiles at the Frist Museum

The Delahaye 135MS Figoni and Falaschi Roadster first seen at the 1937 Paris Auto Salon from the Collection of The Revs Institute for Automobile Research at the Collier Collection. An exhibition of some truly remarkable automobiles is currently in progress at The Frist Center for Visual Arts in Nashville, Tennessee and runs until September 15, 2013. A must see for lovers…

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