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by Anthony Pritchard
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  • Author:
    Anthony Pritchard
  • ISBN:
    1844255468
  • ISBN13:
    978-1844255467
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  • Publisher:
    Haynes Publishing (February 15, 2011)
  • Pages:
    432 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Automotive
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The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the most successful and highly regarded cars ever produced. Anthony Pritchard is a prolific author who in recent years has been producing books of ever-greater authority.

The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the most successful and highly regarded cars ever produced. Built purely for racing. His recent titles for Haynes include Mille Miglia, Aston Martin: A racing history and Scarlet Passion. Built purely for racing, the 250 GTO dominated the Grand Touring racing category in the period 1962 64 and raced in all of the world's sports car classics, including Le Mans.

Veteran motoring writer Anthony Pritchard’s latest tome on the immortal GTO certainly brings something to the party.

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Anthony Pritchard explains that it's not just the GTO's scarcity that's made it so iconic . Anthony Pritchard is a prolific author who in recent years, since retirement as a solicitor, has been producing books of ever-greater authority.

Anthony Pritchard explains that it's not just the GTO's scarcity that's made it so iconic - just 40 were lovingly constructed in the early 1960s - but its incredible track record and, as the lovely images illustrate, its classic beauty. Sports car racing subjects of the 1950s and 1960s are his favourite area, and his fist love has always been Ferrari.

Ferrari 250 GTO: The History of a Legend (Hardback). Anthony Pritchard (author). This lavishly produced book provides a definitive history of the iconic 250 GTO, including individual histories of each car built. Hardback 352 Pages, Published: 03/11/2010. This lavishly produced book provides a definitive history of the iconic 250 GTO, including individual histories of each car built Added to basket.

by Anthony Pritchard. Built strictly for racing, the 250 GTO dominated its classes during its short but history making run from 1962 to 1964. And, most definitely a rare claim to fame, all 39 production cars-despite almost all of them having been raced-still.

Ferrari 250 GTO : The History of a Legend. By (author) Anthony Pritchard. His recent Ferrari titles for Haynes include the well-received Scarlet Passion and Ferrari: Men from Maranello. Published ahead of the 50th anniversary year of the completion, in 1961, of the first 250 GTO prototype.

FERRARI 250 GTO THE HISTORY OF A LEGEND By Anthony Pritchard. Ferrari 250 Gto Book Landmarques By Keith Bluemel With Jess G. Pourret 1998. Customs services and international tracking provided. Scarlet Passion: Ferrari 250 GTO LM 330 P3 P4 312P 512S 512M 312PB 350P 612 HC.

The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the most successful and highly regarded cars ever produced. Built purely for racing, the 250 GTO dominated the Grand Touring racing category in the period 1962–64 and raced in all of the world's sports car classics, including Le Mans. Ferrari built just 40 production cars, and almost all were raced. Because of its sheer beauty, its immensely successful track record and the relatively small number of cars built, the 250 GTO is among the world’s most valuable cars and examples now change hands for sums in excess of $10 million.


Small Black
Another GTO book, by another author that thinks they know how to write the story of these cars....
Deodorant for your language
A good book with a number of period photos. Author could have done better research on ownership history. S/N 3769 is well documented as being owned by Gordon Barrett not Thomas Barrett. Gordon Barrett bought the car in 1971 for 8500 dollars from a dealer in Switzerland. A pervious book on the GTO misquoted the ownership history which leads me to believe the author did his research by reading other books rather than contacting owners.
asAS
It's a book with a lot of details, data, photos. All units of Ferrari 250 GTO documented, with its history.
Arcanefist
Very well written with many original period pictures. A complete history and a must have for any Ferrari fan.

Greg
Insanity
This is one of my 2-3 go-to books for 250 GTOs. Lots of pictures, including many that have not been published before. The text is well written and informative.