Volume I - Fiat 106 Sport, counts 672 pages
Volume II - Siata derivata Fiat, counts 528 pages
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Notes et avis clients
OttoVù is a two-volume book on the history and development of what probably is one of the most mysterious cars from the early fifties; the Fiat 106 Sport, better know as the OttoVu. Developed by Dante Giacosa for a different application, the odd looking two-liter V-8 engine was later modified into a more powerful unit and ideas were proposed to fit it in a limited production sports car. With the help of SIATA, the Fiat 8V was born. Altough its limited production, a wide variety of different bodies were constructed on the 8V chassis,; from the elegant Supersonic by Carrozeria Ghia to the lightweight Zagato competition cars. All had their place in history and are reviewed in the book. Racing history and chassis by chassis register makes the work complete.
|Date de parution||2012|
|Format||25 x 25 cm|
|Illustration||More over 1000 BW and colour photos|
|Nombre de page||Volume 1: 672 / Volume 2: 528|
|Condition||Second hand Fine condition|
|Binding||Hardbound with dust jacket & Slipcase|