Archive for Author 'Rubén Verdés', only excerpts shown, click title for full entry.
by Emilio Polo García
Kings have cars—and this one even has one named after him, the Hispano-Suiza Alfonso XIII roadster. This book has about as many illustrations as pages so even if you don’t speak Spanish you’ll get something out of it.
by Malcolm Bobbitt
A perennial favorite and design icon the DS is one of those cars that is either loved or hated. This book gives you reasons for both sides.
by Adolfo Orsi and Raffaele Gazzi
This is an annual volume that analyzes, reviews and reports on the year’s auction results from 17 automotive auction houses—nearly 90 events. But this book is far more than just a bunch of dry lists.
by Dietrich Hatlapa
The book covers subjects such as value drivers, performance measurement, and market history. The author illustrates historic price developments of various market sections, including those of Ferrari, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz.
by Bill Wolf
Spoiler alert: there really are only eighteen, and only available (when new) to royalty which is why everything there is to know about them is known. But, asketh the fiction writer, What If?
by Elvis Payne
As inevitable a step the three-wheeler was for the evolution of the automobile, not a whole lot has been written about it until recently. The marketplace is certainly beginning to pay attention, so you might as get up to speed.
by Carl Sagan
Surely you’ve been watching the new TV version of this classic work? Read the book and discover more.
by Richard Heseltine
Photos by Michel Zumbrunn
Pretty cars, very pretty photos. You’ll be familiar with most of the cars and marques but here you’ll see them in ways that’ll make you want to throw your own camera away.
by Carl Sagan
Is there anybody out there? Why should we care? The scientific details made Sagan’s novel utterly plausible, even if every reader may have a different take on the grey area where science and religion touch.
by C W Morton
In the Forword, famed early Rolls-Royce collector and restorer Stanley Sears says: “THIS book had to be written and no one is more qualified to do so than Morton.”
by Edelmann, Luna, Magrou, Mostafavi
Just as Apple in our age considers its store design part of “brand management” so did that purveyor of luxury travel goods and accessories, Louis Vuitton, many years before.
by J Fasal and B Goodman
Rolls-Royce’s Silver Ghost is the car whose mechanical excellence made the company famous, making the words “Rolls-Royce” a byword for excellence in any endeavor.