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  • Stock Number: B05995
  • Availability: Out of stock
  • Date Of Publication: Tuesday, 25 September, 2018
  • Condition: NEW

Ferrari Engines Enthusiasts' Manual: 15 Iconic Ferrari Engines From 1947 To The Present (Haynes Manuals)

$44.95
  • Barcode: 9781785212086

A unique Ferrari book, Ferrari Engines Enthusiasts' Manual offers a rare insight inside 15 iconic Ferrari engines. Featuring never-seen-before photographs of the engine internal components, this book provides a chronological tour of Ferrari's engine-building heritage.Ferrari Engines Enthusiasts' Manual is a 'must-have' for Ferrari enthusiasts. This lavishly produced book provides a completely unique photographic insight into the design and interior components of 15 landmark Ferrari road-car engines, documenting the 'inside view' of the engines – each one a mechanical work of art. Ferrari is renowned as an engine builder and 15 of its greatest engines, from the early 1950s Gioacchino Colombo-designed V12, through V6s, both normally aspirated and turbocharged V8s and boxer 12s, to the latest 6.3-litre V12 are documented in detail, with a chapter, and around 20 photographs for each engine. Coverage includes images of the complete, built engine from various angles, and views of the various castings and significant internal components, before taking a brief look at the car in which the engine is fitted. Author: Francesco Reggiani is a respected freelance photographer and graphic designer based in Milan, with an extensive portfolio of Ferrari images taken in his studio and on location for a variety of customers, including restorers and auction houses. He has a passion for the Ferrari brand. The author will be working with respected Ferrari authority Keith Bluemel on the manuscript.

Condition: NEW

Author: Francesco Reggiani; Keith Bluemel

Author Bio: Francesco Reggiani is a respected photographer and graphic designer based in Milan, with an extensive portfolio of Ferrari images taken in his studio and on location for a variety of customers, including restorers and auction houses. He has a passion for the Ferrari brand. Keith Bluemel writes for many Ferrari-specific magazines around the world, including Cavallino (he has been competition editor since 2004), Ferrari Magazine (the official magazine produced for the factory by Conde Nast) and Prancing Horse. His books about Ferrari include the acclaimed Ferrari 250 GTO, co-authored with Jess G. Pourret and published in 1998 in three languages.

ISBN: 978-1-78521-208

Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK

Binding Type: Hardcover

Illustrations: 330 color & 10 b/w photos

Pages: 256

Dimensions: 270 x 210 mm

Weight: 0.0

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