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Lewis Hamilton - I MITI DELLA F1 AI RAGGI X (Vol. 12)

12th issue of a well illustrated collection of 25 pocket-size monographs of the main F.1 champions who have done the history of motor sport of yesterd...
Manufacturer: La Gazzetta dello Sport
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12th issue of a well illustrated collection of 25 pocket-size monographs of the main F.1 champions who have done the history of motor sport of yesterday and today.

A complete series of 25 indivisible issues: Euro 49,00 instead of Euro 174,75

Products specifications
Binding Softbound
Pages 98
Size cm. 21x14
Photos COL e B/N
Text Italian
Author Perna Luigi
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