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Here, in this updated and rewritten account, is the story of the development, building and racing of the “Tour de France” Ferraris.
Manufacturer: Veloce Publishing
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Here, in this updated and rewritten account, is the story of the development, building and racing of the “Tour de France” Ferraris in 1956, 1957, 1958 and 1959. Importantly, the book also contains individual chassis histories of the Ferrari “TdF” Berlinettas.

Products specifications
Pages 144
Size cm. 21x25
Colour Pictures 20
B/W Pictures 180
Text English
Publishing Date Ristampa 2017
Binding Softbound
Author Starkey John
Author Starkey John
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