The Antique and Classic Car Show „Timeless Classic 2021“ will take place on August 6-8th in Biržai, Lithuania.
Participant registration (advance pre-registration confirmation) and a festive party will take place in Sodeliskiu Manor Estate (Sodeliskiu village, Birzai district, 41420 Lithuania). GPS coordinates: 56.291146, 24.638175
Participant registration will start June 14th and continue through July 19th.
Vehicle requirements: the car or motorcycle has to be an original and suitable to use, it has to be 45 years old or older (made before 1977).
This film is about the 30th anniversary of the Baltic Way. About how the enthusiasts of vintage vehicles from Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, driving the historic cars and motorcycles repeated the historic Baltic Way on the Vilnius-Riga-Tallinn route.
RYGA 19/08/2019, THE FREEDOM MONUMENT
In the beautiful morning of the second day, all the participants of the 30th anniversary of the Baltic Way moved from the Riga Motor Museum towards the centre of Riga as a large convoy exactly at the scheduled time. The Horch 853, that had become the Latvian flag bearer, began its journey on the march, and was joined by several unique World War II cars. The participants were joined not only by them, but also by a dozen of Soviet and Western cars and motorcycles.
This summer has never been so numerous with antique vehicles shows and events. And in the midst of the season appeared Antique Vehicle Club “Klasika” magazine was not the biggest news. Maybe just a little later, in the dust of summer impressions, after a little break, having this colourful magazine in the hand, the question arose – what is it?
This question, we hope, will be answered by the initiator and editor of the magazine whose word is printed at the beginning of the edition. We regret that we cannot physically give, or otherwise share with everyone this magazine. Nowadays, the press publishing – an expensive pleasure, so this magazine was published in a small edition.
Cars called “Commander”, on behalf of the Studebaker factory, were first released in 1920 and produced until 1935. Later, in 1937, manufacturers again pulled this name in the light of day, renaming produced Studebaker Dictator model into Commander. That was forced by political situation and public hostility to the German dictator A.Hitler. Another time period when the Commander’s name was removed from the production was 1959 – 1963 year.
So, with short breaks, the Commander