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Whos' read "My Terrible Joys"?

Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by Smiles, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. Smiles

    Smiles Moderator
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    Is it good? Is it worth trying to snag a copy from Ebay the next time it comes around?
     
  2. trashidelek!

    trashidelek! Formula Junior

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    I have read it. IMO anyone with an interest in Ferrari should do the same.
     
  3. robertgarven

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    it is great. it shows a very complex and intelligent man every ferrari enthusiast should read it.
     
  4. Anthony_Ferrari

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    #4 Anthony_Ferrari, Mar 31, 2005
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    I really enjoyed it. I was surprised how readable it was. I thought it might be full of technical mumbo-jumbo. Of course, if you are a fan of technical mumbo-jumbo you may be dissapointed!! ;)

    I think I got mine from e-bay.
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  5. trashidelek!

    trashidelek! Formula Junior

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    This picture shows the UK edition. In the US the book was published by Macmillan and is called "The Enzo Ferrari Story." The content is the same.
     
  6. John Vardanian

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    I read it some 15 years ago. Couldn't put it down.

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