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The period between the mid-60s and the beginning of the subsequent decade saw the birth of a series of unforgettable Ferrari Grand Tourers, all distin...
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The period between the mid-60s and the beginning of the subsequent decade saw the birth of a series of unforgettable Ferrari Grand Tourers, all distinguished by their classic V12 engine installed in the front-longitudinal position. The 275, 330 and 365 are models capable of evoking great enthusiasm among connoisseurs of the Prancing Horse and have become authentic milestones in both the coupé and roadster versions. Today, possessing one of those cars is a privilege for the fortunate few; even more so to restore one of them. For those who wish to involve themselves in such a demanding undertaking, "Ferrari V12" is an invaluable illustrated guide that enables restorers to get to know all the technical secrets of those exclusive Ferraris, protagonists of an unrepeatable era.

Products specifications
ISBN 978887911479/
Binding Hardbound
Pages 144
Size cm. 25x28
Colour Pictures 233
Publishing Date 2009
Text Italian
Author Bluemel Keith
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