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Coming a new work from Giorgio Nada Editore
21.07.2007, Hakulinen Yrjö

A new work from Giorgio Nada Editore:
Alfa Romeo. Le vetture di produzione dal 1910/Production Cars from 1910
by Stefano d’Amico and Maurizio Tabucchi

The first edition of the work devoted to the production cars of the glorious Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo, which was published towards the end of the Nineties, was one of Giorgio Nada Editore’s most important volumes. Maurizio Tabucchi and Stefano d’Amico, two of the company’s most knowledgeable students, took on a titanic task: to write a reasoned catalogue of all the models produced by the Milan car maker, from its origins in 1910 to 1996, where that first edition ended with early pictures of the 156. “Alfa Romeo Production Cars from 1910” is an update of that monumental work and appears just over 10 years after the publication of the first edition. An important lapse of time which, as well as the actual update, enabled the authors to revise and correct the first part of the work in the light of a more recent acquisition of information.
As with the first edition, the second comprises two distinct books contained in a special slipcase: after a number of introductory chapters concerning the history of Alfa Romeo, the identification of chassis and the colour ranges of the various models, the first of the two publications contains the manufacturer’s production from the initial 24 HP of 1910, to the 2600 De Luxe, which was built from 1965-1966, covering glorious cars like the 6C 1500s, 1750s, 2500s and the unforgettable 1900s and Giuliettas and their various derivatives on the way. An extremely detailed technical specification of every model is included, as is the colour range and especially the chassis numbering system and the cars are amply illustrated in colour and black and white.
The equally glorious Giulia in its many different forms, the Alfetta, the Alfasud, the Giulietta, the 75 and the 164 are featured in the second volume, which also includes the most recent production from the 156 to the 8C Competizione, taking in the 166, 147, GT, 159, Brera and Spider as it does so. A work not to be missed by any enthusiast passionate about the history of Alfa Romeo. (Image of the slipcase attached)

Series: Car Marques
Size: 24.3 x 27 cm, 1,362 pages, Italian/English text, over 2,000 photographs in black and white and colour, two bound volumes with slipcase.
ISBN: 978-7911-408-0
Price: € 180.00
Publication date: October 2007

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