|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 64 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
Feeding your Ferrari PassionCover The Ferrari 375 MM Ghia coupé, s/n 0476 AM photographed at the Blackhawk Museum
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Dennis Garrity, Marcel Massini
Dennis Garrity, Marcel Massini
GTE Generosity ...
Edgar Exegesis ...
BBLMs Bought & Sold ...
Giorgio Nada 1943 - 2020
Publisher of many important works on Ferrari
Giorgio Nada Editore
Getting back in Italy from my first stay in the States - I was doing research work in 1971/73 at the Law School of the University of Wisconsin, Madison - I heard for the first time of Giorgio Nada and the Libreria dell'Automobile, where he had recently moved the local Automobile Club bookstore.
Paolo Marzotto 1930-2020
A brother not to be overlooked or forgotten
Alberto Sorlini - Courtesy of Giorgio Nada Editore
Italian entrepreneur and patron, Gaetano Marzotto Junior was a fourth generation wool industrialist, who took the family business at an international level.
A Glamorous Ghia 375 MM 0476 AM
The next-to-last Ghia Ferrari when Ferrari encouraged designers to dream
Savonnuzzi's inspired design for 0476 AM was radical for its day and it still turns heads today, but its heavy, chrome laden grille area raised eyebrows and drew criticism in 1955. However, the dihedral line that runs down each side of the car, which adds to the illusion of the car's length, was quite innovative for its time, and was subsequently adopted by other custom coachbuilders.
John Edgar in Period - part Four
Defining an accidental pioneer of Ferrari Sports Car Racing in America
Tom Burnside Photo, Phil Hill Family Archive, Edgar Motorsport Archive
I'm concluding this story, again writing most of it from memory, old enough today to do it this way, being still alive.
Ferrari 308 GTB Group IV Michelotto examined
A Ferrari 308 race car? Indeed. A look at one of the rarest of these early GTB Ferraris
The Michelotto built 308 GTB rally cars were built in very low numbers, with eleven Group 4 examples in total, only ten of which were built to full competition specification, and four Group B examples, over a seven year period between 1878 and 1985, making them the rarest production based Ferrari competition cars of the period, along with the 365 GTB4/Cs.
All Ferraris produced & Pricing Guide to the Market
Ferraris produced data and pricing guide as of August 1, 2020
Cavallino Staff, Keith Bluemel
Recent auction results
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