1979 Ferrari Literature and Memorabilia
1979 Ferrari Literature and Memorabilia

1979 Ferrari Literature

1979 Ferrari Literature and Memorabilia

1979 Ferrari Literature and Memorabilia

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1978 Ferrari BB512 Brochure 158/78

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1978 Ferrari BB512 Brochure 158/78

Ferrari factory original 1978 Ferrari BB512 Sales Brochure.

Languages: English / Italian/ French / German.

This Ferrari brochure contains 8 pages and many color photos elaborating on the Ferrari BB512.

Ferrari Print Number 158/78, issued in 1978.

Fair condition, NOT mint.

 

 

 

1978 Ferrari BB512 Brochure 158/78

1979 Ferrari 312 T4 Gilles Villeneuve Postcard 171/79

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1979 Ferrari 312 T4 Gilles Villeneuve Postcard 171/79

Ferrari Factory Postcard of Gilles Villeneuve.

It shows Gilles in his 1979 Ferrari 312 T4.

Please note that the signature is PRINTED.

It measures approximately 4 x 6 inches.

Ferrari Print Number 171/79, issued in 1979, printed by Arbe, Italy.

Only 1 available.

 

 

1979 Ferrari 312 T4 Gilles Villeneuve Postcard 171/79

Original Art Print of Alberto Ascari winning the GP of Germany 1952 by Antonio de Giusti

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Original Art Print of Alberto Ascari winning the GP of Germany 1952 by Antonio de Giusti

Ferrari Factory Poster Alberto Ascari on Ferrari 500 on his way to winning the 1952 German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring.

Artwork by Antonio de Giusti, a personal friend of Enzo Ferrari's and the man that was responsible for so much of Ferrari's hand drawn artwork for brochures etc. in the 1950's and 1960's.

Originally, Ferrari published this poster as one of a series that was bundled in the 1980 Ferrari calendar named "Ferrari Campione del Mundo".

Apart from the calendars, which are a very rare sight nowadays, also a limited number of each of the drawings was issued as an art print. This is one of those art prints and came from Antonio de Giusti's personal "stash".

These art prints do NOT carry a Ferrari print number.

It measures approximately 53 x 41 cm or 21 x 16 inches.

Only a few available.

This print will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.

Original Art Print of Alberto Ascari winning the GP of Germany 1952 by Antonio de Giusti

Original Art Print of Juan Manuel Fangio winning the 1956 GP of Great Britain by Antonio de Giusti

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Original Art Print of Juan Manuel Fangio winning the 1956 GP of Great Britain by Antonio de Giusti

Ferrari Factory Poster of Juan Manuel Fangio taking the checkered flag in his Ferrari D50 at the 1956 British Grand Prix at Silverstone racetrack.

The artwork is by Antonio de Giusti, a personal friend of Enzo Ferrari's and the man that was responsible for so much of Ferrari's hand drawn artwork for brochures etc. in the 1950's and 1960's.

Originally, Ferrari published this poster as one of a series that was bundled in the 1980 Ferrari calendar named "Ferrari Campione del Mundo".

Apart from the calendars, which are a very rare sight nowadays, also a limited number of each of the drawings was issued as an art print. This is one of those art prints and came from Antonio de Giusti's personal "stash".

These art prints do NOT carry a Ferrari print number.

It measures approximately 53 x 41 cm or 21 x 16 inches.

Only a few available.

This print will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.

Original Art Print of Juan Manuel Fangio winning the 1956 GP of Great Britain by Antonio de Giusti

Original Art Print of Mike Hawthorn winning the 1958 GP of France by Antonio de Giusti

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Original Art Print of Mike Hawthorn winning the 1958 GP of France by Antonio de Giusti

Ferrari Factory Poster of Mike Hawthorn en route to victory in his Ferrari 246 in the 1958 French Grand Prix at Reims racetrack.

Incidentally, this was to be Mike's last victory ever as well as Juan Manuel Fangio's last F1 race ever.

The artwork is by Antonio de Giusti, a personal friend of Enzo Ferrari's and the man that was responsible for so much of Ferrari's hand drawn artwork for brochures etc. in the 1950's and 1960's.

Originally, Ferrari published this poster as one of a series that was bundled in the 1980 Ferrari calendar named "Ferrari Campione del Mundo".

Apart from the calendars, which are a very rare sight nowadays, also a limited number of each of the drawings was issued as an art print. This is one of those art prints and came from Antonio de Giusti's personal "stash".

These art prints do NOT carry a Ferrari print number.

It measures approximately 53 x 41 cm or 21 x 16 inches.

Only a few available.

This print will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.

Original Art Print of Mike Hawthorn winning the 1958 GP of France by Antonio de Giusti

1976 Ferrari BB512 Owners Manual 130/76

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1976 Ferrari BB512 Owners Manual 130/76

Newly arrived 1976 Ferrari BB512 Owners Manual 130/76

Factory original 1976 Ferrari BB 512 Owners Manual.

This Ferrari owners manual contains 119 Pages describing the owning, driving and (simple) maintenance of this Ferrari.

Contains the following sections:

  • General Specifications
  • Running Instructions
  • Lubrication and Maintenance Charts - Engine
  • Chassis Servicing
  • Electrical System
  • Toolkit

Languages: Italian / English / French.

Ferrari Print Number 130/76, issued in 1976.
Good for the years 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1980.

Good condition for its age with some minor wear to the cover as visible in the photos which are of the actual manual up for sale here.

Only 1 available.

1976 Ferrari BB512 Owners Manual 130/76

1979 Monaco Grand Prix Official Program

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1979 Monaco Grand Prix Official Program

Newly arrived 1979 Monaco Grand Prix Official Program

1979 Monaco Grand Prix Program Booklet.

The race was held on May 27, 1979 and was won by Jody Scheckter on Ferrari 312T4 who also set the pole position. Jody would of course go on to become the 1979 Formula One World Champion.

Fastest lap went to Patrick Depailler in the Ligier JS11.

Second place went to Clay Regazzoni on Williams while the podium was completed by Carlos Reutemann on Lotus.

It was also the very last race in the Formula One career of James Hunt.

Ferrari also entered a Ferrari 312 T4 for Gilles Villeneuve but Gilles suffered from transmission problems while in second place and failed to finish the race.

The multi-media drawing used for the cover was from the hand of Alain Giampaoli who was also responsible for the 1978 poster, the 1979 poster and later on also for the 1997 poster.

The production of the publicity material was again in the hands of the AIP advertising agency from Monte-Carlo.

The same image was used for the poster as well as for the Rules & Regulations booklet.

It measures some 15.5 x 23.5 cm or 6.1 x 9.25 inches and counts 88 pages.

We would call it in excellent, near mint, condition for its age but the photos are of the actual program that is up for sale here, so we invite you to be your own judge on its condition.

Only 1 available.

1979 Monaco Grand Prix Official Program

Vintage Original 1979 Zandvoort GP of the Netherlands Race Poster

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Vintage Original 1979 Zandvoort GP of the Netherlands Race Poster

Original 1979 Zandvoort GP Race Poster.

Great art work showing John Watson's # 7 Mclaren M29.

The race was won by Alan Jones in his # 27 Williams FW07 while Jody Scheckter took second place with his Ferrari 312T4 and Gilles Villeneuve blew his left rear tire in SPECTACULAIR fashion!

Near mint condition with a small fold in the top left corner.

It measures some 42 x 57 cm or 16.5 x 22.5 inches.

Only 1 available.

Will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.

 

Vintage Original 1979 Zandvoort GP of the Netherlands Race Poster

Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari FIRST Edition

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Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari FIRST Edition

Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari - First Edition.

One of the so called "Enzo Ferrari Authored presentation books".
These books were authored by Enzo Ferrari and were never for sale to the general public but were usually given to patrons, potential patrons, and visitors to the Ferrari factory. The books were always limited editions although the actual number of printed books varies.

It was published in November 1979.

230 Pages.

Language: Italian

As mentioned, this is a limited edition of 1.000 pcs, destined only for Ferrari "internal use" and never available to the general public.

is a of course a vintage book and we rate the condition at 7.5 out of 10 with some light soiling to the cover.

Only 1 available.

Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari FIRST Edition