Maserati. The Grand Prix, Sports and GT cars model by model, 1926-2003

Maserati. The Grand Prix, Sports and GT cars model by model, 1926-2003
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Maurizio Tabucchi.

Milan. Giorgio Nada Editore. 2004. Second English edition revised and updated. Hardback, dust jacket. 364 pages. Illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. 280 x 255mm (11 x 10"). 2.2kg. English. Near fine; small 1cm bump and tear on spine, jacket very lightly ruffled at head of spine, otherwise excellent with no marks or inscriptions.

Now scarce in English this is THE book on Maserati, essential for the owner and enthusiast. 'Painstaking historical and technical research has laid the foundations for this book covering the entire history of one of Italy's most prestigious and legendary car manufacturers. The fascinating story of the Modena factory is closely intertwined with the most significant events that took place in the continual process of socio-economic and industrial development and transformation that has characterised Italy over the last eighty years. All Maserati enthusiasts will appreciated the true nucleus of the book composed of technical files reviewing every car, model by model, from the Tipo 26 of 1926 through to advance information on the forthcoming production. The texts are complemented by a superb range of illustrations featuring rare archive photographs and carefully selected technical drawing.' (from the blurb).