Editor: Jaap Horst
Clippings from Dutch Newspaper and Magazine archives: adverts of Bugattis sought- and for sale by private sellers, garages and traders or importers in Dutch media.|
Click on the picture or HERE to read the article. Below the introduction by Bart.
Dear fellow Bugatti Enthusiasts,
With the enclosed collection I hope to contribute to the further completion of the history of Bugattis that once were owned or traded in the Netherlands. All this has been
collected over time from various Dutch (online) archives of newspapers and magazines. For this collection, the possible spelling of the brand name was used creatively, as
Possibly with a good identification of which car and/or owner it concerns, a timeline can be further completed. Or information is validated, supplemented or perhaps refuted. Of course I also hope for new openings for completely new discoveries and connections.
Where possible, owners/traders’ names that could be associated with the address or telephone number were researched and added on the basis of addresses and telephone numbers in period address and telephone books.
Where there are (almost or identical) advertisements that have been placed several days in a row, this is stated below the advert. Where it is suspected that presumably
the same car that was offered, these are bundled. Furthermore, the list is structured chronologically.
Where identification is largely certain, it is indicated in red.
I request anyone who can contribute to this list to inform me about this. This can be done through the email address of the Bugattipage / Bugattirevue. Hopefully your contributions lead to growth in quality and quantity of this list.
This collection is not complete. Periodically - when there is enough new information - an update will be made available for interested parties.
In drawing up and maintaining this list, and the identifications of cars and persons in the list, I am already indebted by the cooperation of several Bugatti enthusiasts for their very much appreciated contributions and help in identifications.
With enthusiastic regards,
Bart Oosterling, Assen, The Netherlands
Note: (Commercial) publication or distribution prohibited. This document is exclusively intended for historical research for / by / among hobby enthusiasts.
Click on the picture or HERE to read the article.