Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine weight 1.2 kg by Elvio Deganello & Renato Donati - ITALIAN TEXT
First impression when seeing this book was that it looked pretty familiar and an investigation reveals that it was first published in the late 1990s but had been unavailable for some time until this reprint. It covers the period from the introduction of the Abarth versions of Fiats' little saloon up to the end of factory supported competition in 1973. There is an introduction to the production car, a view of accessories and tuning parts available and then we're on to the main information and photos which refer to the cars' competition exploits. Most of the photos are in black and white, though there are good results sections. One for the serious Abarth enthusiast.
ISB9780981727073 Rebel Rebel - Breadvan £50.00
weight 1.2kg by Marc Sonnery & Keith Bluemel
Styled by Giotto Bizzarini and built for Count Volpi on a Ferrari 250SWB chassis (the car which had finished second on the Tour de France in 1960) the Ferrari 'Breadvan' was one of the most instantly recognisable racing cars of the 1960s and here we are told its full history. This is done largely by way of interviews with the various owners and drivers of the car over the years plus others who have come into contact with it such as Dan Gurney. There are a wealth of period photos which show the car going through the highs and lows of its interesting life. A fascinating, if rather unusual, publication.
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