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TAA [picture] : Trans-Australia Airlines : Castrol 6 hour : Amaroo Park, N.S.W
Bib ID 6101882
Format PicturePicture
Description [Australia : TAA?, ca. 1977] 
1 poster : col. ill. ; 74 x 50 cm. 
Summary

Picture of motorbikes racing on a straight during a lap of the Castrol 6 hour race.

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Subjects King, Martin -- Posters.  |  Trans Australia Airlines -- Posters.  |  Motorcycle racing -- New South Wales -- Amaroo Park.  |  Sports posters -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Posters.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Trans Australia Airlines  |  Castrol Australia Pty. Ltd  |  Castrol 6 Hour Production Race (Amaroo Park Raceway, N.S.W.)
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