Hi Koo,great post for Dale. I made my driving licence with a Daf 66 in 1975. Funny car. I need only 12 driving hours. It was so easy in this years.Love and peaceStefan
Sorry, I forgot your s in Koos.
That's amazing, Stefan! I never thought they were used in Germany! It all seemed to be so exclusively Dutch.(Meanwhile I have discoveered the DAF club of America, so they were available oputside Holland...I had a DAF 33 for a few months in the late seventies.I am sure you know they are belt-driven.Mine had had one of the belts replaced.So from then on they were different, which meant:- put tour foot on the accelerator it would want to turn right;- take your foot off the accelerator it would turn left.
Hi Koos,my driver licence I made at a companie, which was selling BMW and Daf. The lesson we do with a BMW, but the licence hour we all do with the Daf, because so we could concentrated us on the driving without the gears. If I tell this old stories my kids, often they could belief.Now I go to bed.Good night.Love and peaceStefan
Koos, you are so sweet to post this for Dale!
Thank you, Koos.I am hanging in there...LoveDale
Aww, so sweet, Koos.Dale, lots of love sent your way.
In those days (see the picture) we still had lots of snow. Maybe hard selling as snowmobiles.E.J.
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