Books by and bout Maus Gatsonides famous Dutch car driver
Set of 2 books by an about the legendary Maus Gatsonides.
GATSO The never ending race.
Autobiography of Maus Gatsonides (1911-1998).
Legendary Dutch rally driver.
Won the Monta Carlo 1953 rally as a Ford factory driver.
Later he also won the Tulip rally.
Also known as a producer of cars.
Finally, 'notorious' as inventor/producer of the Gatsometer.
A still widely used flash camera for speed/red light violations.
Book written by Piet Philippa and Rob Wiedenhoff, Michael Allen en Maurice Gatsonides
Released in 1993.
239 pages, size 22 x 30 cm
Hardcover with dust jacket
The books is personally signed by Maus Gatsonides in blue pen on the title page.
In the back of the book, a couple of copies of newspaper articles related to Gatsonides.
Leven als de bliksem - hier is Maus Gatsonides
By Toon Kortooms
Groote letter Bilbiotheek 272 pages.
Published in 1995 jh gottmer bloemendaal
Books are in good used condition, see pictures for an impression
All is properly packaged and sent as a registered parcel.
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Well packed, many thanks.
Goed verpakt aangekomen. Dank. Hennie
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