A Really Good Read

There are many things in the world that may make you wonder. Why there aren’t any libraries in Germany dedicated to automobiles, for example. Well, actually there is one. Though it’s reserved for members of the Drivers & Business Club Munich.

The library was compiled by author and journalist Jürgen Lewandowski. Asked which books a really good library on automobiles should hold, his answer is: early automobile literature starting from 1890, travel literature, auto-biographies of Robert Bosch or Rudolf Diesel, books on motorsport and design, illustrated books, art books and brand publications. And – this goes without saying – the library should also keep all the back issues of ramp in stock. Which is the case in Munich.

→ Drivers & Business Club Munich, Lilienthalallee 39, Munich.


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