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Page 102 of June 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, June 1995

The superlative Spyker

The "Dustless Spyker" — so called, not because it excelled in those RAC dust-trials aimed at keeping down road grit but because it was designed to avoid dust penetrating to the engine and other areas — was a fine Dutch motorcar, perhaps less well-known here than its merit justified. In 1899 De lndustrieele Mastschappij Trompenburg started to make motor vehicles at its factory in Amsterdam. With...

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