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Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by Mule, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. Mule

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    Decided to inventory the books I have, since I have bought a few twice accidently.

    Ferrari Sports Racers and Sports Prototypes, Ferrari SpA, 2003
    All Ferrari Engines, Ferrari SpA, 2002
    Ferrari Brochures – 1968-1989, Randell C. Baselt, 1991
    Memoirs of Enzo Ferrari’s Lieutenant, Franco Gozzi, 2002
    Ferrari The Legend, Mark Konig, 1997
    Ferrari Pininfarina, Lionel Froissart, 1997
    Ferrari Testarossa, Automobilia, 1992
    Ferrari F40, Automobilia, 1992
    Ferrari 512TR, David Sparrow and Iain Ayre, 1994
    Ferrari Formula 1 Racing team, David Tremayne, 1998
    Ferrari, Dennis Adler, 1997
    Ferrari The Road Cars, Keith Bluemel, 1998
    Ferrari Heritage, Richard Newton, 1998
    Ferrari Buyers’ Guide, Dean Batchelor, 1996
    Ferrari The Racing Cars, Keith Bluemel, 2000
    50 Years of Ferrari, Andrea Curami, 1997
    Ferrari Formula cars, Giulio Schmidt, 1994
    Ferrari, Brian Laban, 2000
    Ferrari Formula 1, Rainer W. Schlegelmilch, 1996
    Original Ferrari V-12, Keith Bluemel, 1999
    Original Ferraro V-8, Keith Bluemel, 1997
    The Complete Ferrari, Roger Hicks, 2 versions – 1994 and 2000
    Ferrari 512M, Automobilia, 1996
    Ferrarissima #4, Automobilia, 1986
    Enzo Ferrari, Richard Williams, 2001
    Ferrari 308 – 328 – Mondial, Wallace A. Wyss, 1982
    Ferrari Dino 246 – 308 – 328, Alan Henry, 1998
    Ferrari 328-348-Mondial Ultimate Portfolio, Brookland Books
    Ferrari 1947-1997 The Official Book, Rizzoli, 1997
    Ferrari, Rainer W. Schlegelmilch and Hartmut Lehbrink, 1995
    Ferrari, Chris Harvey, 1986
    Ferrari, L J K Setright, 1975
    Ferrari, Brian Leban, 1984
    Great Marques Ferrari, Godfrey Eaton, 1980
    Ferrari, Exeter Books, 1983
    The Classic Ferrari, Godfrey Eaton, 1985
    Ferrari Italian Style, Anno 2, No 3
    Ferrari Italian Style, Anno 2, No 5
    Ferrari Collection No 1, Brooklands Books, 1970
    Ferraris for the Road, Henry Rasmussen, 1980
    Ferrari F40, Mark Hughes, 1990
    Ferrai 365 GTB/4 Daytona, Doug Nye, 1984
    Ferrari Sports Racing and Road Cars, Consumer Guide, 1982
     
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  3. beast

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    Hey Mule do you have any ISBN # for those books? It might help those that are looking for a copy.

    Rob
     
  4. Mule

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    I can look in any book you want for the ISBN.
     
  5. tifosi12

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    I have some of those myself, but have to admit my all time favourite Ferrari book is "50 Years of Ferrari" (you list it as well). Finally a book that at least tries to document them all (production and sports cars) in a chronological order. Not complete, but a good start.

    Given all the interest in the marque for the life of me I can't understand nobody has ever written a cover all book (like 50 years of Ferrari, but more complete).

    One good book not mentioned here is "Ferrari - Das Werk" which covers the factory and its history. Many pictures of the inner sanctum.
     
  6. Mule

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    Every time I am in Napa Valley at Automobilia, I pick up a few more. They seem to have some really obscure and non-English ones. My favorite is "Enzo Ferrari, His years Racing with Alfa". It was printed around 1950 and costs around $900. Since it is that old, there is no mention of Ferrari as a company.

    They also have a few that I would love to own, but I seem to empty my wallet on diecast before I get to the book section. They have about four shelves of Ferrari books that I have never seen. Looking at their collection, I think I am just hitting the tip of the iceberg.

    Tifosi, the thing I like about the 50 Years of Ferrari book is all the celebrity pictures at the factory in the back. Stallone, Pele, Princess Di, etc.
     
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  8. tifosi12

    tifosi12 Four Time F1 World Champ
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    Got an address for that Automobilia shop in Napa Valley?

    I usually go to Heritage Motors in Beverly Hills. They have a nice collection of hard to find books. Not cheap either.
     
  9. Mule

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  10. Armand

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    Does anyone here remember the Kimberleys Grand Prix Team Guide books from the 80's?
    I have number 3, Ferrari. They are thin, mag sized. This one has
    Pironi on the cover in the 126C2. Its dedicated to Gilles.

    Thx, Armand.
     

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