Dino

The V6 Ferrari

Dino The V6 Ferrari
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Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781904788393
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Although not the fastest or the most powerful Ferrari, the beautiful lines of the Dino have inspired generations of enthusiasts. This book covers the full story of the Dino, from Pininfarina concept car through to the final production model, illustrated throughout with contemporary material. The book features THE definitive record of the little V6 Ferrari and its Fiat sibling 'Dino', named after Enzo's son. It contains full year-by-year coverage of production models with the American and European markets covered in great detail. There are over 250 contemporary photos, mainly in color, along with advertisements and brochures.

The author

Born in Coventry, once the heart of the British motor industry, Brian Long has a passion for vintage and sporting machinery. A trained mechanical engineer and a long-term owner of both the MX-5 and rotary Mazdas, he has had a strong connection with Mazda products for well over a decade. Brian now lives just outside Tokyo, and spends much of his free time with Thoroughbred horses. He has had more than 70 books published, including many works on Japanese marques.

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Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781904788393
Illustrations: 230 color & 20 b-w photos
Size: 10 in x 10 in x 0.75 in / 254 mm x 254 mm x 19.05 mm
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