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With multiple categories of rare automobile memorabilia and hundreds of items listed, l’art et l’automobile is a gallery and auction house specializing in original and vintage automotive related drawings, paintings, photographs, posters, mascots, sculptures, models, toys, objects, programs, books and magazines. They have been decorating the car enthusiasts’ business, home, garage, collections and museums since 1975. In partnership with collectorscarworld the owner Jaques Vaucher is presenting recent acquisitions and new items every fourteen days.

Inaugural Long Beach Grand Prix Program, 1975

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The first event organized in the streets of Long Beach. Promoted as “Monaco West”, listing all the drivers and teams entered for this Formula 5000 event, the race was won by Brian Redman in his Lola T-332 Chevrolet. 68 p., softbound, English language, A- cond. (minor shelf wear). Find out more

1955 Grand Prix Of Sweden Orig. Mercedes Benz Poster

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Mercedes-Benz GP of Sweden original victory poster, celebrating their 1955 wins in the competition car division with the 300 SLR’s driven by Fangio and Moss, and the production division with the 300 SL’s driven by Kling and Lundgren, illustrated w/ photo of Fangio’s car at speed, German lang., 8.5” x 11.75”, A- cond., (creasing, foxing). Find out more

Grand Prix d’Europe 1958 in Spa Belgium Sound Stories Album

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Produced by Stanley Schofield Productions, 45 rpm, commentary by John Bolster, the race was won by Tony Brooks in his Vanwall, 7″ x 7″. A- cond. (minor cover wear). Find out more

Mercedes Wins The 1955 British Grand Prix Photograph , autographed by Moss & Fangio

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Showing Stirling Moss ahead of his teammate, Juan Manuel Fangio, with the Mercedes team racing manager, Alfred Neubauer, waving the checkered flag, b&w photo by Fernando Gomez with view of the packed grand stand, hand autographed by both drivers, 11” x 14”, A+ cond. Find out more

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