Fer­rari En­gines En­thu­si­asts’ Man­ual £35

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - THIS WEEK -

Haynes has carved out some­thing of a niche for it­self with ‘work­shop man­u­als’ cov­er­ing ev­ery­thing from the RMS Ti­tanic to Star Wars’ Mil­len­nium Falcon. Its lat­est hard­cover, how­ever, cov­ers – in in­cred­i­ble de­tail – 15 Fer­rari en­gines. It kicks off with the 195 In­ter’s 60de­gree 2341cc V12 (1949) and con­cludes with the FF’s 65-de­gree 6262cc V12 (2011), be­fore touch­ing on four com­pe­ti­tion en­gines, in­clud­ing the DOHC V12 from the fear­some 1970 512S. Stu­dio pho­tog­ra­phy on the glossy, high-qual­ity pa­per is stun­ning, and the pages are awash with fas­ci­nat­ing de­tails, in­clud­ing the Fiat brand­ing on the Dino 246 GTS’s in­let man­i­fold and twin-choke We­ber car­bu­ret­tors. End­lessly fas­ci­nat­ing, and great value. Mike Le Caplain ❚ Pub­lisher: Haynes ❚ Au­thor: Francesco Reg­giani and Keith Bluemel ❚ ISBN: 978-1-78521-208-6 ❚ haynes.com

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