Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine The Maserati 300S enjoyed many famous
race results during its brief factory competition
career in the mid 1950s and it was also a
popular machine with private entrants. This
huge, slip cased volume tells us about the
technical details and development of the cars
in general before getting down to the serious
business of individual chassis histories of the
26 cars built. Each chassis history is illustrated
with a selection of photographs, most showing
the machines in action in their heydays and
many of these images from the 1950s are in
colour, offering a valuable insight into these
cars and those that they were racing against. As well as the cars, there are profiles
of the teams who ran them, the famous (and not so famous) names who raced
them and towards the end of the book there is a mystery cars section where the
author tries to identify previously undocumented race images. All fascinating stuff.
A must for the serious sportscar enthusiast.
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Maserati 300S (Author: Baumer) model by Books
Le Mans, Mille Miglia, Sports Racing, Targa Florio
The history of each of the 28 300S models is listed chassis by chassis and profusely illustrated. 360pgs, 390pics
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