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L'Automobiliste #24-25 Le Mans 1923-1933

P Valéry, G Ham

  • Year: 1971
  • Country: France
  • Language: French
  • Subject: Automobile
  • Dimensions: Width: 26.50cm Height: 20.50cm

Original vintage bimonthly magazine L'Automobiliste Le Mans 1923-1933 double special number #24-25 July, August, September, October 1971. A French magazine dedicated to the classic car and its history published from 1966 until the end of the 1980s. This issue is dedicated to the history of 24 Hours of Le Mans, an endurance-focused sports car race held annually near the town of Le Mans, France since 1923. It is the world's oldest active endurance racing event. The issue features descriptions of each Le Mans year from 1923 and cars of various automobile manufacturers, such as Chenard-Walcker, Bentley, Alfa Romeo and other races such as Silverstone Circuit, a motor racing circuit in England, near the Northamptonshire villages of Towcester, Silverstone and Whittlebury and rally Belle Eroque 6-7 June 1971, illustrated with photographs by Paul Valery and drawings by the artist Geo Ham, a French painter and illustrator. He is known for his illustrations of aeroplanes or automobiles. 88 pages. Good condition, tears on the spine.

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