Ferrari: A Complete Guide to All Models

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2006 - Transportation - 404 pages
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Does any other car manufacturer have a more storied history than Ferrari? Has any other carmaker created more memorable and lusted-after cars? For nearly 60 years, Ferrari has built the sports car which fire enthusiast's dreams.   Ferrari: A Complete Guide to All Models catalogs Maranello's fantastic output. More than 180 designs
are beautifully illustrated with both artworks and photographs. It's a full review of Prancing Horse
cars from 1940 the year of the 815 Auto Avio Costruzioni to the 2006 F1 racer of World Champion Michael Schumacher and all the great production cars in between.  Organized in chronological order and
sub-divided into grand touring, Sport cars, and Formula One single-seaters, each design has its own technical specification and a text that details the principle engineering and sports successes. The work is complemented by a results listing detailing all the key victories achieved by Maranello in more than 50 years of racing. Truly a key reference work for any Ferrari fan!
 

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About the author (2006)

Leonardo Acerbi has worked as a motoring journalist for a number of years. He is an enthusiastic student of automobile history, particularly that of Ferrari. Mr. Acerbi has studied and collected material on the Prancing Horse and its extraordinary cars for more than twenty years. He lives near Milan, Italy.

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