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Two books in one make this a double delight for car fans! Open this lavish, oversize volume and you'll find two bound-in books: one covers the history and the main stages in the evolution of the legendary Ferrari brand. The other features incredible four-panel, foldout pages presenting 40 of the most emblematic Ferraris of all time. Incredibly rendered, these high-definition images show every last detail of the selected models, which include the 250 GTO (1962), the 275 GTB (1964), 330 P3 (1966), F355 Berlinetta (1994), the 430 Scuderia (2007), and the P540 SuperFast Aperta (2009). Tables contain all the cars' main specifications. It's an irresistible journey through roaring engines, luxury, and fascinating facts.
Saverio Villa was drawn since childhood to automobiles and fascinated by their technology, and he made a career of this passion, first as a contributor to Auto, Auto Tecnica, and Automobilismo. He then joined the staff of Starter and, later, the weekly Auto Oggi, where he worked his way up to editor. Today he contributes to numerous publications, including Corriere della Sera, Auto, and Autosprint, as well as being editorial director of Yellow TV, the web weekly Autorama, and the press agency Asapress. He has already written several books for White Star and collaborates with De Agostini Editore.
Marco De Fabianis Manferto is a publishing designer who has edited several music volumes for White Star Publishing. He also managed the graphics of the automobile brands in the book Dream Cars and he is also the editorial coordinator of Heavy Metal—From Hard Rock to Extreme Metal (both White Star).