BRUSSELS OLDTIMERS display their Youngtimers
The club was founded in 2012 by several friends with a common passion for Young and Oldtimers. It all saw the light of day with weekly gatherings in the Parc du Cinquantenaire, where members swapped information, photographs and films about their own cars.
Youngtimers date back to the end of the ‘70s, the ‘80s through to the beginning of the ‘90s. The name would have originated in Germany. A fair number of Youngtimers will undoubtedly become the “classics” of the future and especially enjoy success among the younger generation of collectors.
Those in their forties often show a keen interest for cars from their youth, the cars their parents drove or those they could only dream about. It goes without saying that the value of these cars will unquestionably increase over the years.
Older aficionados of dazzling cars also show an interest for the coupé or convertible that for divergent reasons they were unable to acquire. Very often Youngtimers provide more comfort than their older brothers from the ‘50s and ‘60s and offer up a fair amount of driving pleasure, but then without today’s modern electronic gadgets.Seeing most of the Youngtimers date from the period of mass production they are also mainly reliable. On top of that there is no lack of choice!“Youngtimers in the spotlights” is a random selection, giving the club members the opportunity to display their most stunning models to the general public at Autoworld. In total some dozen models will be on show, among which a Ford Sierra Cosworth, a VW Golf GTi, a Lotus Europa and a BMW 635 CSi.
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Parc du Cinquantenaire 11
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