Return to Rudolf Uhlenhaut:
Engineer and Gentleman
Wolfgang Scheller and Thomas Pollak

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Der vater das 300 SL April 22, 2017
Reviewer: MOTOYA YAMAGISHI from Kashihara, Nara Japan  
Exciting !

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Rudolf Uhlenhaut: Engineer and Gentleman April 18, 2017
Reviewer: Kjell Böhl  
Thank's Glyn and Jean for this nice english version of the book about "Rudi" Uhlenhaut..

Well written and translated into english

It's all about one of the most important persons behind Daimler-Benz in history.. his expertise played a huge part in the success of the company.

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Uhlenhaut - a true story April 17, 2017
Reviewer: Dave Norton from Dorrigo, NSW Australia  
Rudolf Uhlenhaut is a name synonymous with the development and re-birth of the Post War Mercedes.   Seemingly a totally private person who was able to split his devotion between Mercedes Benz engineering and his beloved family.   This was a much needed biography that shows the man for who he really was, a brilliant engineer, a remarkable designer and a brilliant driver.  My own favourite motor car has always been the Uhlenhaut 300 SLR Coupe.   I feel that I now know the man behind this unique pair of cars.   Dave Norton

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Uhlenhaut April 15, 2017
Reviewer: Gijsbert Berk from Zwolle, Overijsel Netherlands  
It is a wel presented book. But I regretfully miss what the man did to improve the safety of the erecodes cars.

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Uhlenhaut April 12, 2017
Reviewer: Lee Stohr from Staunton, VA United States  
As an engineer, racer and auto historian myself, I know that Rudolf Uhlenhaut.was one of the great engineers in the auto racing world.  I have been looking forward to the English translation of this book.  It's a nice, but brief, biography leaning more to photographs than text.  The photo's are great, but I would like to know even more about the man and his life.

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Long overdue. April 12, 2017
Reviewer: Terry Negrijn from Campbell River, BC Canada  
An outstanding book on one of the most iconic engineers in the automotive industry. An excellent read, and a must have for anyone's motoring library.

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