Ferrari: Under The Skin

Jan 12, 2018

Category: Entertainment

Beginning with a 1.5-Liter V12 racer churning laps around the Piacenza racing circuit in Spring of 1947, cars with the Ferrari badge are those that set the design standard for iconic high performance machines. The passion of the man behind the prancing horse, Enzo Ferrari, is showcased in a newly published book from Phaidon, Ferrari: Under The Skin.

Taking a look deep into the Ferrari archives, this finely printed book features over 200 high quality images of race memorabilia, technical drawings, and rarely seen product development models over its 240 pages. With a racing history that originates in the post WWII era, there have been a plethora of noteworthy models, each highlighted in detail for its significance to the brand. For and Ferrari aficionado this print media is a must have for their coffee table.

Purchase: $50

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