Alfa Romeo All the Cars

Alfa Romeo All the Cars
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ISBN: 9788879115902
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The story of Alfa Romeo, the prestigious Italian marque which created some of the most memorable cars of all time during its 100 year-plus history, is told by specification after specification in a "virtual gallery" of many of the models produced by the company, both road-goers and racers. The 1750 GS of the 1930s, the 8C 2900 B, the Giulietta, the Giulia, the 33s, the Alfettas right up to the most modern 8C Competizione are just some of the cars that find a place in this long catalog in which the illustrations of Michele Leonello, the authoritative car designer, come together with the words of Lorenzo Ardizio, the expert on the history of Alfa Romeo.

The author

Lorenzo Ardizio is a journalist and automobile historian. He collaborates with the 'Historic Automobile Sector' of Alfa Romeo and provides consultancy as a demonstration and training driver for various manufacturers. He has worked with numerous editorial offices and conducted communications in the automobile world. He is the author of Alfa Romeo All the cars published in April 2015.

Lorenzo Ardizio is a journalist and automobile historian. He collaborates with the "Historic Automobile Sector" of Alfa Romeo and provides consultancy as a demonstration and training driver for various manufacturers. He has worked with numerous editorial offices and conducted communications in the automobile world. He has published books on Alfa Romeo, Porsche and Ferrari. Michele Leonello, born in 1978 is a fine car illustrator. He currently teaches car-design in Milan.

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Format: Hardback, 594 Pages
ISBN: 9788879115902
Size: 6.3 in x 8.3 in x 1 in / 160.02 mm x 210.82 mm x 25.4 mm
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