The Bugattis of Jean De Dobbeleer

Fawcett, Charles

Published by Kellogg Auto Archives, 2011
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In the years following WWII Jean De Dobbeleer was "Mr. Bugatti." While the works at Molsheim was waging an unsuccessful battle for survival, De Dobbeleer was buying Bugattis from all over Europe, restoring and selling them world wide, many to American buyers via Gene Cesari and Lyman Greenlee. De Dobbeleer's dealership in Brussels became the place to acquire a Bugatti. "The Bugattis of Jean De Dobbeleer" captures a part of this era in over 370 candid photos of Bugattis and other marques at De Dobbeleer's garages in Brussels. Most of these photos have never before been available to the public. They are of great interest and value to Bugatti fanciers and auto historians everywhere. 184 pages. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Bugattis of Jean De Dobbeleer
Publisher: Kellogg Auto Archives
Publication Date: 2011
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: New

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Fawcett, Charles
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Book Description Kellogg Auto Archives, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Hardbound in "Leatherette." Book nearly brand-new, "used" only in the sense that, just out of the publisher's shrink-wrap, it was flipped through lightly once. Fully illustrated with mostly black-and-white archival photos. In the years following World War II, Jean De Dobbeleer was "Mr. Bugatti." While the works at Molsheim was waging an unsuccessful battle for survival, De Dobbeleer was buying Bugattis from all over Europe, restoring and selling them world-wide, many to American buyers. De Dobbeleer's dealership in Brussels became the place to acquire a Bugatti. The book captures a part of this era in over 370 candid photos of Bugattis and other marques at De Dobbeleer's garages in Brussels. Most of these photos have never before been available to the public. Bookseller Inventory # 8441

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Book Description Kellogg Auto Archives LLC, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Hardbound in "Leatherette". Book brand-new in publisher's wrap. Fully illustrated with mostly black-and-white archival photos. In the years following World War II, Jean De Dobbeleer was "Mr. Bugatti." While the works at Molsheim was waging an unsuccessful battle for survival, De Dobbeleer was buying Bugattis from all over Europe, restoring and selling them world-wide, many to American buyers. De Dobbeleer's dealership in Brussels became the place to acquire a Bugatti. The book captures a part of this era in over 370 candid photos of Bugattis and other marques at De Dobbeleer's garages in Brussels. Most of these photos have never before been available to the public. Bookseller Inventory # 8369

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Published by Kellogg Auto Archives, USA (2011)
ISBN 10: 098401280X ISBN 13: 9780984012800
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Book Description Kellogg Auto Archives, USA, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Following World War II Jean de Dobbeleer opened a car dealership in Brussels which gave him the opportunity to pursue his passion for Bugattis. He scoured Europe buying Bugattis that had survived the war and restored, repaired and even re-created these cars and sold them all over the world. The book is well illustrated with photographs taken at his facility in Brussels in thew period from 1957 to 1961. This is a large book which may require additional postage. Inventory # M4706. Bookseller Inventory # 004022

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