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    XIII Diploma in salvage, restoration and conservation of vintage vehicles
    XIII Diploma in salvage, restoration and conservation of vintage vehicles
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    Father's Day - Mexican Antique Automobile Association, Puebla A.C
    Father's Day - Mexican Antique Automobile Association, Puebla A.C
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    Brantomobile 2024
    Brantomobile 2024
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    Saltillo Car Festival 2024
    Saltillo Car Festival 2024
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    The Kustom Kulture Show 2024
    The Kustom Kulture Show 2024
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    Vittel Élégance Automobile
    Vittel Élégance Automobile
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    Pistons Volks Monterrey
    Pistons Volks Monterrey
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    Old School Garage
    Old School Garage
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    Father''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s Day - Route 66 Classic & Muscle Car Club
    Father''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s Day - Route 66 Classic & Muscle Car Club
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    Charity Rally Kato Mylos
    Charity Rally Kato Mylos
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    Vochos & Antique Cars Exhibition 2024 - Celebrating International Vocho Day
    Vochos & Antique Cars Exhibition 2024 - Celebrating International Vocho Day
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    28th Anual Woodies On The Wharf
    28th Anual Woodies On The Wharf
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    Automobile Enthusiast 2024
    Automobile Enthusiast 2024
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    34th Auto Retro of Lisieux
    34th Auto Retro of Lisieux
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    Car Show 2024
    Car Show 2024
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    2a Edition AutoArt Carshow 2024
    2a Edition AutoArt Carshow 2024
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    Carcacha Bazaar Shops in the City of the Valley
    Carcacha Bazaar Shops in the City of the Valley
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    10th Anniversary Club Pick-Ups Clásicas A.C.
    10th Anniversary Club Pick-Ups Clásicas A.C.
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    Father's Day - Volkswagen Rabbit Club
    Father's Day - Volkswagen Rabbit Club
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    Chevroleteros 2024
    Chevroleteros 2024
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    Classic Expo 2024
    Classic Expo 2024
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    Vagenfest CDMX
    Vagenfest CDMX
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    1st National Meeting of Fiat 600 Concepción of Tucumán
    1st National Meeting of Fiat 600 Concepción of Tucumán
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    6o Classic Cars Rétro & GT
    6o Classic Cars Rétro & GT
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    VW Classic Festival 2024
    VW Classic Festival 2024
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    11th Classic Automobile and Motorcycle Show
    11th Classic Automobile and Motorcycle Show
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    Mini Fest 2024
    Mini Fest 2024
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    III National Meeting of Classic Cars for La Paz
    III National Meeting of Classic Cars for La Paz
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    National Woodie Club
    National Woodie Club
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    Puebla Classic Tour 2024
    Puebla Classic Tour 2024
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    7th Las Trokas Show Aguascalientes
    7th Las Trokas Show Aguascalientes
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    Camping León 2024
    Camping León 2024
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    2nd Restorers Meeting
    2nd Restorers Meeting
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    14th Xalapa Antique Cars Exhibition
    14th Xalapa Antique Cars Exhibition
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    La Carrera Panamericana
    La Carrera Panamericana
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    Morelos Classic Show XXI
    Morelos Classic Show XXI
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    6th International Ford Model A Meeting
    6th International Ford Model A Meeting

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    Scholarship for the XIII Diploma in Rescue, Restoration and Conservation of Antique Vehicles
    XIII Diploma Course on Rescue, Restoration and Conservation of Old Vehicles

    Classroom or distance learning

    • Theoretical classes
    • Practical classes
    • Visits to museums
    • To restoration workshops
    • and companies in the field

    From Thursday, June 13 to Saturday, August 17

    Thursday and Friday
    from 17:00 to 21:00

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    from 9:00 to 13:00

    Central Mexico time

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    1940 Duesenberg Model SJ
    1940 Duesenberg Model SJ

    Though the Errett Loban Cord controlled Duesenberg Company ceased production in 1937, there were still individuals interested in having a new Duesenberg automobile. 481 examples of the Model J and Model SJ combined had been constructed which left few options for acquiring an example.

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    1964 Comet Super Cyclone
    1964 Comet Super Cyclone

    Created for the ’60s custom car show circuit, Mercury’s 1964 Comet Super Cyclone was one of a kind. Here’s some backstory to the wild factory custom.

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    10 Cylinders and Front-Wheel Drive: A 1962 Chevy Impala Prototype
    10 Cylinders and Front-Wheel Drive: A 1962 Chevy Impala Prototype

    In the early 1960s, Chevrolet built several prototype flat-ten engines as part of an aborted program for family of Modular Engines to replace the Chevrolet Turbo-Air 6 flat-six engine. Although the program was initially intended to develop an engine for the 1964 Chevrolet Corvair, the flat-ten version was fitted to an experimental 1962 Chevrolet Impala.

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    1963 Ghia L6.4 Coupe
    1963 Ghia L6.4 Coupe

    Luxury cars have long been a way for the seriously wealthy to display some one-upmanship, and in the 1960s one of the most extravagant was the short-lived Ghia L6.4, just 26 of which were made.

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    Adler
    Adler

    Adler was a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer from 1900 until 1957. The 'Adler' name is German for 'eagle'. Adlerwerke vormals Heinrich Kleyer was a German aircraft manufacturer established by Heinrich Kleyer in Frankfurt in 1934 by buying out Gerner. Adler made no original designs, only continuing production of Gerner designs that were included in the acquisition. The factory in Frankfurt-Gallus still exists and was restored in the late 1990s for use as an office building.

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    1935 Adler Diplomat 8 Wheels
    1935 Adler Diplomat 8 Wheels

    At the dawn of the automotive industry, some of the most extravagant inventions were cooked up, such as this 1935 Adler Diplomat with 8 wheels whose usefulness is more than doubtful. It did not go into production.

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    Yes, there really was a Mustang Teardrop SUV in 1948
    Yes, there really was a Mustang Teardrop SUV in 1948

    What if we told you that the first Mustang was built in 1948 by a guy in Seattle, Washington, who then sued Ford for $10,000,000 in damages for use of the Mustang name? The first Mustang was the brainchild of Roy McCarty, a Lincoln dealership service manager and a big thinker. He had come up with some theories on how to build a better, cheaper and safer car for the masses and he decided to pursue them. On paper, his logic was unquestionable. He planned to use parts that were already in production for each system of the car and adapt them to fit the steering of a Jeep Willys, with Continental engine, Spicer axles originally intended for some other car. The benefit was the cost and ease of access to repair parts and service items. The downside is that Roy McCarty didn't have much money and launching a car company from a remote corner of the US was not an easy job.

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    Rolls-Royce Merlin
    Rolls-Royce Merlin

    Originally established in 1906 with a focus on automobile manufacturing, Rolls-Royce moved into the design and production of aircraft engines at the start of the First World War in 1914. Drawing on its experience in high-production liquid-cooled engines of the 1990s 1920s and 1930s, in which it played a pioneering role in development, Rolls-Royce embarked on the creation of the renowned Merlin engine in 1933. Evolving from the successful Kestrel design, the Merlin became the power behind numerous aircraft iconic World War II aircraft, including the Hawker Hurricane, Supermarine Spitfire and North American P-5

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    Flanders Automobile Company
    Flanders Automobile Company

    Flanders Automobile Company was a short-lived American automobile manufacturer that operated in Detroit, Michigan, from 1910 to 1913. Its product was sold through Studebaker dealerships. Its founder, Walter E. Flanders, was born in 1871 in Rutland, Vermont. He was a mechanic and began repairing sewing machines during his time as an apprentice at the Singer Corporation, and later, in the late 1890s, he became associated with Thomas S. Walburn of Cleveland, Ohio. He received an order for 1,000 crankshafts from Henry Ford of Detroit, and Ford was impressed by his level of response.

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    1955 Ford Mystere Concept
    1955 Ford Mystere Concept

    In September 1955, Ford published photographs of a futuristic body design for a car that would be powered by a gas turbine. On display during the 1956 Chicago show, the prototype show car had no engine, although provisions were made to fit one under the rear deck. A large glass bubble served as the roof, windows and windshield. Hinged at the rear, the top could open 70 degrees, the front seats swiveled outward, and passengers could easily enter and exit through the half doors. The air intake at the top of the windshield supplied fresh air to the 4-passenger cabin. A radiotelephone was housed in a console between the two rear bucket seats. Other modern features included a push-button start switch, a padded dashboard, and a television behind the front seat.

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