Ferrari: 75 Years (Hardcover)
Celebrate 75 years of Ferrari with this complete, fascinating, and stunningly illustrated history highlighting the company’s legendary sports cars and their worldwide influence.
A stellar combination of beauty, engineering, racing success, exclusivity, and Italian flair combine to make Ferrari the world’s most legendary carmaker. All these traits coalesce in the form of Ferrari’s road cars. No other sports car manufacturer has so consistently set the bar for style and performance. It’s a near unbroken 75-year run of automotive hits:
- The 125S in 1947
- The versatile 340 in the 1950s
- The stunning 250s and 275s of the 1960s
- The Daytona in the 1970s
- The shocking F40 in the 1990s
- The modern era's outrageous hypercars like the Enzo, F8, and LaFerrari
Ferrari: 75 Years dives deep into Ferrari’s sports car history beginning in 1947, but also examines Enzo Ferrari’s early career with Alfa-Romeo before he launched his legendary company.
Automotive historian and photographer Dennis Adler offers Ferrari owners and fans a full and fascinating picture of Maranello’s 75 years of sports car manufacturing. Adler's detailed text is accompanied by his breathtaking photography and supplemented by important historic images.
For 75 years, Ferrari has created high-performance automotive works of art to fire the imaginations of car lovers and performance enthusiasts the world over. Ferrari: 75 Years provides an inspiring and illuminating look back at this history.
About the Author
Award-winning author, photographer, and historian Dennis Adler is recognized as one of America's most published authors and historians. He has been seen on Good Morning America, The Today Show, and CBS Sunday Morning. The author of thirty-seven books on collectible cars and historic firearms, as well as a former magazine editor, Adler has had more than five thousand articles and photographs published during his 35-year career.
“Ultimately, Ferrari: 75 Years provides an inspiring and illuminating look back at Enzo Ferrari and the company that became his legacy. The forward by Luigi Chinetti Jr. is especially illuminating; it’s a mini history all by itself.”