Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheel Base

The Autobiography of 4119GT

Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheel Base
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Format: Hardback, 320 Pages
ISBN: 9781907085239
Publisher: Porter Press
Series: Great Cars
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This superb book tells the story of the finest example of a glorious breed of Ferrari, the 250 GT Short Wheelbase, which combined a great engine with a fine chassis and a beautiful body to become one of the most revered Ferraris.

The 2119 GT is a very special car because Stirling Moss drove it to a famous victory in the Goodwood Tourist Trophy of 1960. Here you’ll get detailed insight into this race, the competition debut of 2119 GT, as well as the seven others in which the car took part in period, all supported by a superb collection of photographs.

The author

Doug Nye is the author of more than 70 books on motorsport history, including standard works on BRM, Lotus, Ferrari, Cooper, Tyrrell and McLaren cars, and upon (and with) such great racing drivers as Sir Stirling Moss, Sir Jack Brabham, Jim Clark and Juan Manuel Fangio. In his early career, he worked for Motor Sport magazine with the publication’s revered Continental Correspondent Denis Jenkinson. Doug is considered by many to be the world’s leading motor racing historian.

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Format: Hardback, 320 Pages
ISBN: 9781907085239
Illustrations: 300+ color & b-w photos
Size: 9.25 in x 11.14 in / 234.95 mm x 282.96 mm
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