Collection of 32 portraits of the great photographer Peter Vann of the most important cars of Enzo Ferrari's era, starting with the Alfa Romeo 8C Monza of 1932, the Ferrari 166 MM of 1949, the 375 F1 of 1951 up to the F40 of 1990. The photos are all in full page size.
A very rich volume celebrating the history of the Italian make and its sports and road models, which did write lots of unforgettable pages in car motoring. In the book, divided into 10 chronological chapters, are shown lots legendary cars and their protagonists.
The first single-seater manufactured in 1931 by Alfa Romeo it was named “Type A” as it started the series of the single-seater models successfully established in the racing world in Europe. In this book: technical and competition history, description and drawings of the units as engines, clutches, gearbox, suspensions, brakes… In appendix the Type A reconstructured for the Alfa Romeo Museum.
The present work is about Brumm. Itï¿½s given more space to photographs in order to have scientific documentation which is reliable as possible. In the first part of the book the collector can find the complete list of Brummï¿½s model cars, while in the second part you can find the most of models in pictured colour. All the automobiles photographed were taken form the authorï¿½s private collection.
A comprehensive, radical look at the history and development of the Type 57 Grand Prix Bugattis.
The book describes the 57G’s racing career and evolution through its siblings, the Types 57, 57S and 59. Type 57G characteristics are identified, with race-to-race body and chassis details described, and the Type 57G, 57S45, 57 ‘Sport’ and 57C Le Mans cars are defined, and their enigmatic history revised.
This book celebrates the Bugatti T57 Grand Prix racing cars: their origins, triumphs, failings, trivia, trinkets, and a little about the personalities behind them, interwoven with the social and political influences of those times.