Books - Coachwork on Ferrari V12 Road Cars 1948-1989 (Author: Taylor)
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Coachwork on Ferrari V12 Road Cars Weight 1.3kg by James Taylor With so many unique bodies on Ferrari chassis, particularly in the early days, a definitive guide to them all would be a huge work (for example, the ‘Ferrari by Vignale’ book alone is nearly the same size as this). This very colourful collection of images concentrates on the companies who created the bodies rather than every design they created and tells us a little about the firms and then shows examples of their work. We start with Abbot, one of the few non-Italian firms to have clothed a Maranello chassis, and then moves through Bertone, Ghia, Pininfarina, Touring Vignale and more. The photographs used are excellent, with a few period publicity shots and plenty of surviving cars and we are also treated to a gallery of engine shots showing how the cars evolved mechanically.
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Coachwork on Ferrari V12 Road Cars 1948-1989 (Author: Taylor) model by Books
1948 to 1989
255 pages, 300 images. Released 08/03/17
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