The remarkable history of chassis no. 1600Author: Cristian BertschiCode: 55619Price:AU $59.95Format: Hardback / 128 pages Publisher: PORTER PRESS INTERNATIONAL Published date:11/02/2019Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
The Maserati 4CLT chassis no.1600 is one of the cars that set the great Juan Manuel Fangio on his way to five World Championships. Fangio won two Grands Prix with it, and it was also driven by other rising stars: José Froilán González, Benedicto Campos and Onofre Marimón. The 4CLT was a stateof-the-art race car in the immediate post-war years. ......
The Magnificent Front-engined BirdcagesAuthor: Oosthoek, Wilem et alCode: 22189Price:AU $300.00Format: Hardback / 344 pages Publisher: STAR BOOK SALES Published date:15/09/2009Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
Almost 30 years have passed since the publication of the
first book about the famous Tipo 60 and 61 Birdcage
Maserati race cars. A new, more comprehensive description
of their competition history has been long overdue and we
are delighted to announce the publication of this new
work. Much additional information has come to light in
the last ......
Author: Baumer, WalterCode: 21229Price:AU $187.99Format: Hardback / 360 pages Publisher: STAR BOOK SALES Published date:15/09/2009Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
This is the first book devoted exclusively to the
Maserati 300S, one of the most beautiful sports racing
cars ever built, and the main opponent of the Ferraris in
the World Sportscar Championships of 1956 and 1957.
Described by Stirling Moss as one of the best racecar
concepts of the Fifties, the 300S wrote motor sports
history. With famous ......
The Complete History of the Rear-Engined Birdcage MaseratisAuthor: Willem OosthoekCode: 14433Price:AU $157.99Format: Hardback / 344 pages Publisher: DALTON WATSON FINE BOOKS Published date:01/07/2004Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
The front-engined Tipo 60 and 61 cars were nicknamed Birdcages. When the rear-engined Tipo 63 [with independent rear suspension] was introduced it was also referred to as a Birdcage. However, when the rear-engined Tipo 64 model was shown to the press in the beginning of 1962, its Birdcage frame turned out to be made of even smaller tubes and its ......