Meet The Team: Simon Streich

Simon is a down-to-earth-kind-of-guy who describes himself as “just living a normal life.“ He has a passion for sports and enjoys skiing, playing soccer and volleyball with his friends.

Born and raised in Essen, Germany, this 27 year old, is comfortable in his surroundings and has no particular desire to live abroad. He studies Special Needs Education in Dortmund and is currently completing a master’s degree. He has a fine eye for beautiful cars and can hardly resist gazing after them when passing one or crossing the street.

He attends to our collectorscarworld and gloriousmotorcycles’ Instagram pages – making sure that our social media followers have great pictures and daily posts to indulge in. He also takes care of the listings on collectorscarworld, as well as puts together the “For Sale“ articles and posts on collectorscarworld’s Facebook profile.

What he loves most about being part of Classic Lifestyle Media Group GmbH is the opportunity to work flexibly at anytime and from anywhere. Apart from the very interesting topics and daily engagement with all things modern, vintage and classic, this job fits perfectly into his on-the-go typical student lifestyle.

Getting to know Simon

GloriousMotorcycles in 3 word

Speed, Adventure, Style

Cars or Motorbikes?

Even though I currently commute by Bike, I would still choose Cars. Especially a Audi R8. That would be my future pick.

Your perfect holiday:

If I would have to paint my perfect holiday destination, it would be a deserted beach with plenty of sun and chill – basically “lonely island style.“ Maybe even a survival kind of holiday where I am forced to fend for myself and get along with the bare minimum. Yes, that could be very intriguing.

If you could have a super-power, what super-power would you like to have?

That’s easy: To be invisible! It would be really cool to hear what others have to say about me when they THINK I’m not there.

If your house was burning and you could only save one item, what would that item be?

That’s a good question… and as sad as it sounds, it would have to be my Laptop. My whole life is on my laptop – university, work and private stuff, especially contacts. I don’t think I could live without my laptop.

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