Full colour, hard cover book, measuring approx 29 x 21.5cms, written in Dutch. It describes the exhibits of the museum Autotron in its original location in Drunen, which was designed by the Dutch artist Anton Pieck, before it moved to Rosmalen.
The book dates from the late 1980s. It describes the 150 main exhibits of that period, varying from Alfa Romeo to Wolseley cars, with everything in between.
Being Dutch based, no less than 6 cars of Spyker are among these, and of course a DAF. Makes like Bugatti, Citroën, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, MG, Panhard and Rolls-Royce were well represented too.
The book is still as new. Nice for any motoring collection.
The collection was taken over by the National Motor Museum, and now forms part of the Louwman Museum in The Hague.
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