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Automobile Quarterly Vol 32 3

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Luxury Toys

Author : Paolo Tumminelli
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Zagato for Ferrari

Author : Giorgio Editor Nada
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The enduring bond between the Prancing Horse and the celebrated Milanese coachworks began at the dawn of the 1950s when Antonio Stagnoli commissioned Zagato to body an original berlinetta on a 166 rolling chassis, nicknamed the "panoramica" thanks to the ample glazing that characterised its styling. Following the birth of that car, which took part in the 1950 edition of the Mille Miglia, the relationship between the two great automotive names continued towards the end of the decade with the spectacular 250 GTs, distinguished by their unmistakeable double bubble roofs. After a long period of separation, Ferrari and Zagato's paths crossed once again in the early 1970s and then bore further fruit in 1993 when the F.Z.93 93. appeared. Today, the celebrated coachbuilder, now a true atelier producing one-off bodies for wealthy clients, continues to produce unique Ferraris. This is the first in a series of monographic books that over the next few years will be expanded with further titles dealing with Zagato-bodied Maseratis, Lancias and Alfa Romeos.


Author : Dennis Adler
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Celebrate 75 years of Ferrari with this complete, fascinating, and stunningly illustrated history highlighting the company’s legendary sports cars and their worldwide influence. A stellar combination of beauty, engineering, racing success, exclusivity, and Italian flair combine to make Ferrari the world’s most legendary carmaker. All these traits coalesce in the form of Ferrari’s road cars. No other sports car manufacturer has so consistently set the bar for style and performance. It’s a near unbroken 75-year run of automotive hits: The 125S in 1947 The versatile 340 in the 1950s The stunning 250s and 275s of the 1960s The Daytona in the 1970s The shocking F40 in the 1990s The modern era's outrageous hypercars like the Enzo, F8, and LaFerrari Ferrari: 75 Years dives deep into Ferrari’s sports car history beginning in 1947, but also examines Enzo Ferrari’s early career with Alfa-Romeo before he launched his legendary company. Automotive historian and photographer Dennis Adler offers Ferrari owners and fans a full and fascinating picture of Maranello’s 75 years of sports car manufacturing. Adler's detailed text is accompanied by his breathtaking photography and supplemented by important historic images. For 75 years, Ferrari has created high-performance automotive works of art to fire the imaginations of car lovers and performance enthusiasts the world over. Ferrari: 75 Years provides an inspiring and illuminating look back at this history.


Author : John Lamm, Chuck Queener
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No other cars embody automotive passion better than those produced by Ferrari. From the record-setting Formula One race cars produced by Scuderia Ferrari to the exquisite road cars created in Maranello, Italy, Ferrari has produced some of the most sensuous vehicles ever created. Exquisitely illustrated, Ferrari: Stories from Those Who Lived the Legend tells the complete story of a car like no other. Sixty years after Ferrari blazed onto the scene, this big book takes us back to the world where the car was created. Master photographer and automotive writer John Lamm tells the Ferrari story through the words of the people who made the history. In extensive interviews with those who lived the story of Ferrari, from its founding days right up to our own, Lamm gives us a thrilling, behind-the-scenes look at how automotive history was made. Virtually an oral history of the world's most iconic sports car, Ferrari: Stories from Those Who Lived the Legend is also a treasury of historic and detailed modern images--what any reader lucky enough to open it up might expect--a hell of a ride. Chapters include: The 1940s Ferrari in the 1940s The 1950s Production Cars Robert M. Lee’s First Ferrari Antonio Chini Chris Cord on the 410 Superfast Sergio Pininfarina Sports Racing Cars Gino Munaron on the 750 Monza Chris Cord on the 121 LM Louis Klemantaski Grand Prix The 1960s Production Cars Sports Racing Cars Paul Frere on Ferrari’s Conservative Nature Sergio Scaglietti on the 250 GTO Carroll Shelby on the Ferrari-Ford Wars John Surtees MBE and the 250 P Eddie Smith and the NART Spider Steven J. Earle Grand Prix Phil Hill and the 1961 Grand Prix Season John Surtees MBE on Leaving Ferrari The 1970s Production Cars John Morton Ralph Lauren on Ferraris Grand Touring and Sports Racing Cars Sam Posey and the 512M Brian Redman Grand Prix Mario Andretti Brenda Vernor The 1980s Production Cars Dario Franchitti and the F 40 Sam Posey & John Morton on Luigi Chinetti Grand Prix Mauro Forghieri on Gilles Villeneuve The 1990s Production Cars Sports Racing Cars Phil Hill’s Obituary for Luigi Chinetti Grand Prix Luca Cordero di Montezemolo The 2000s Production Cars Richard Losee and the Enzo 612 Scaglietti in China Roberto Vaglietti Patrick Hong on Testing Ferraris Frank Stephenson and the Pininfarina Show Cars Grand Prix Luca Cordero di Montezemolo

Ferrari 308 328 and 348

Author : Robert Foskett
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Ferrari 308, 328 and 348 traces the complete story of the four models of Ferrari's V8-powered sports cars between 1973 and 1995 - the cars that broke Ferrari out of the V6 and V12 moulds, with the V8 becoming Ferrari's most popular engine choice in the final decade of the twentieth century. The book covers the history and development of Ferrari's new V8 engine, and the 308's daunting role as successor to the popular Dino. There are specification tables and production figures for the model variants, along with details of concept cars and other related models, and a review of competition exploits. The book also considers the cars' current position in the classic car market and offers insight into the rewarding ownership experience each of the models now represents.The book covers: design processes and styling by Bertone and Pininfarina; concept cars and rivals; the cars in competition; owning and running the cars today. With a guide through the entire lifespan of these exciting V8-powered sports cars and superbly illustrated with 295 colour photographs, this is essential reading for the Ferrari aficionado.

The NextGen Guide to Car Collecting

Author : Robert C. Yeager
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Satisfy your dream collector-car desires with this one-stop reference for starting or expanding your collection beyond traditional classics and muscle cars. Focusing on the interests and needs of Generation X and Millennial car collectors, The NextGen Guide to Car Collecting offers a concise history of car collecting to present day, guidance on car buying and living the car-collector life, and an overview of collector cars with a focus on cars built from the 1970s through the 1990s while also touching on more contemporary cars. Chapters highlight Japanese, American, and European cars, particularly those models that have experienced the greatest growth in collector interest over the past decade. The NextGen Guide to Car Collecting explores the many ways the Internet and social media have changed the classic car marketplace. You’ll learn how to buy a classic car online without suffering buyer’s remorse, as well as the four critical keys to a happy collector-vehicle relationship: 1) possessing discretionary cash for the initial purchase; 2) obtaining a thorough knowledge of the car and its ownership; 3) the critical pre-purchase inspection; and 4) access to a work space. You’ll also find out why the popularity of late twentieth-century specialty cars will continue to grow (think increasing electronic complication and the still-large number of enthusiasts for whom “self-driving” means driving themselves) and explore the attributes that makes these cars desirable collector vehicles. In addition, the book looks at the significant increases in quality and reliability of post-1970s machines and how that impacts their collectibility. Finally, learn why expectations that your newfound classic could outlast our current crop of lithium-ion-dependent electric cars may not be unrealistic: recent developments like ride-hailing and sharing services; expanded public transit; rental bikes and scooters; and garage condos and other storage options could actually extend the life of your “new” classic permitting you to truly tailor the use of your classics. Whether your collection requires a one-stall garage or a pole barn, the practical, useful information and keen perspective of The NextGen Guide to Car Collecting will ensure you pull this volume from your shelf time and again.

The Classic Car Book

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From the Chevrolet Bel Air to the Ferrari Testarossa, The Classic Car Book showcases the most important and iconic classic cars from every decade since the 1940s. Fully illustrated and packed with stunning photography, The Classic Car Book uses specially commissioned photographic tours to put you in the driver's seat of the world's most famous vintage cars, including stylish roadsters and luxury limousines from manufacturers such as Mercedez-Benz, Ferrari, Rover, Jaguar, and Bentley. The Classic Car Book takes you on a scenic drive through the history of classic cars, profiling iconic models and key details of the world's most famous vehicles, and charting their legacy as objects of luxury and desire. Ideal for any car collectors and enthusiasts, The Classic Car Book is an essential addition to every fans' bookshelf.


Author : STEVE ESOMBA, Dr.
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Motor Sport

Author : William Boddy
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