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Ferrari : a celebration of an iconic marque

Author: Jed Paine
Publisher: Broomall, PA : Mason Crest, [2015] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Ferraris are best known for their sleek, stunning and curvaceous design, eye-watering price tag and standard rosso corsa (race red) paintwork. From the very first Ferrari -- the 1947 Tipo 125 S racing sports car -- through to the most recent 2013 LaFerrari mild hybrid limited edition road car, Ferrari have continued to astound enthusiasts and critics alike with their evolutionary performance road vehicles and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jed Paine
ISBN: 9781422232798 1422232794
OCLC Number: 908701222
Description: 64 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Responsibility: [written by Jed Paine].

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"Ferraris are best known for their sleek, stunning and curvaceous design, eye-watering price tag and standard rosso corsa (race red) paintwork. From the very first Ferrari -- the 1947 Tipo 125 S racing sports car -- through to the most recent 2013 LaFerrari mild hybrid limited edition road car, Ferrari have continued to astound enthusiasts and critics alike with their evolutionary performance road vehicles and unrivalled Formula 1 racing pedigree.Yet, motoring history might have been so different -- Enzo Ferrari was a reluctant manufacturer in that he initially built and sold production vehicles purely to fund his Scuderia Ferrari racing team. For every success on the track, though, came a wave of innovation to be applied to their production cars"--Publisher's description.

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