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Jacques Vaucher
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Owner of l'art et l'automobile
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My Week at Pebble Beach
An Automotive Adventure on the California Coast. written by Jacques Vaucher, edited by James Karthauser Monterey Week has come and gone, having been held August 17th to the 26th. The motoring world converged on the Peninsula for a 10 day long event that was...
My Week at Pebble Beach
My Week at Pebble Beach
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The Automobiles of Ettore Bugatti
One of the greatest car manufacturers in the world. by James Karthauser Greetings Auto Lovers, Ettore Bugatti was born in Milan, Italy, and the automobile company that bears his name was founded in 1909 in Molsheim, which was part of the German Empire from ...
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The 7 most memorable German Grand Prix moments
Check out the seven most eye-catching and hair-raising moments that have happened at the German Grand Prix      (and one we at l'art et l'automobile feel they missed) By James W Roberts edited by James Karthauser The German Grand Prix has been held 75 times...
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La femme et l'automobile
Women on the Allure of Driving the Rallye des Princesses Kate Walker of The New York Times edited by James Karthauser Competitors in the 2016 rally, which covers country roads at speeds averaging 25 to 30 miles per hour. While the vintage cars add to the gl...
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La femme et l'automobile
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Porsche Museum builds a second “No. 1” 356 prototype
Replica is more accurate than the existing No. 1 Daniel Stroll of Hemmings Daily Photos courtesy Porsche. In its first decade, 356-001, the first vehicle to carry the Porsche name, suffered a number of ignominies. The letters in that nameplate got rearrange...
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Mercedes & Benz: A Racing Journey
Celebrate more than 120 years of Racing Heritage with arteauto.com by James Karthauser Ever since motor racing began in the late 1800’s, Mercedes and Benz have been participating and winning. As they joined their efforts together the tradition continued and...
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Porsche Museum builds a second “No. 1” 356 prototype
Replica is more accurate than the existing No. 1 Daniel Stroll of Hemmings Daily Photos courtesy Porsche. In its first decade, 356-001, the first vehicle to carry the Porsche name, suffered a number of ignominies. The letters in that nameplate got rearrange...
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La femme et l'automobile
Women on the Allure of Driving the Rallye des Princesses Kate Walker of The New York Times edited by James Karthauser Competitors in the 2016 rally, which covers country roads at speeds averaging 25 to 30 miles per hour. While the vintage cars add to the gl...
La femme et l'automobile
La femme et l'automobile
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The Longest Day In Auto Racing
Coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix, Indy 500 and NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 by James Karthauser Every Year on Memorial Day, Auto Racing fans the world over prepare for the what many in the fanbase describe as Racing’s Super Bowl, colloquially known as The Longest ...
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Wood You Believe it? —The Amamzing Bugatti T 35 of Paul Jacobsen
BY  JACQUES VAUCHER   ON MAY 11, 2018 reprinted from  vintage Road & Race Car    by    arteauto.com At a young age, Paul Jacobsen became fascinated with cars, playing with his Dinky Toy racecars (like many of us). In his own words Paul says, “I still have t...
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