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The book celebrates the 90th anniversary of a firm that has been making bikes for more than half a decade. Nineteen are featured here, mostly in detail photos.
by Gisbert L. Brunner & Christian Pfeiffer-Belli
Sure, smartphones tell time—but that’s not what the engineering marvels and artworks that are the mechanical wristwatch are about. This book showcases 18 makers and highlights of their work.
by Michael Köckritz
That this book comes with its own music (an actual record) is only one way in which it looks at motorbikes and the attending life/style in a fresh way.
by Donald Osborne
A new exhibit is coming to the US and this is the catalog. It explores what is superficially thought of as a symbiotic relationship, for a time, in regards to design between two car cultures.
by Andreas Gabriel and Tobias Kindermann
Before you spend big money on a Speedster spend a little and get yourself this excellent book that, among other things and for the first time, includes factory-sanctioned data and spec sets.
by René Staud (photos), Jürgen Lewandowski (text)
Who needs coupés and cabrios is what this book asks. Unless the answer is self-evident in these photos you’ll have to come up with your own.
by Alfredo Zanellato Vignale
From lowly mass transport to the most rarefied of super exotics, Vignale had a quite unusually prolific output. This book by the founder’s nephew is probably the first time a thoroughly researched overview has been published.
by Andreas Braun
Ten foot long but roomy enough for four people—it wasn’t intended to become an icon but merely to be eminently practical. But the ultra-clever design came with smart marketing and so the Mini succeeded where others failed.
by Wouter Jansen
Even if you have no specific interest in Citroëns, this book is so beautifully made and so richly illustrated you’ll want it just for the pleasure of knowing you can have a peek anytime you want to!
by Carlo Dolcini
That fateful, tragic race in which de Portago and his co-driver drove to their deaths. Knowingly, if you follow the author’s way of presenting it. The chain of events that led to it is told here in the context of all the teams and their playbooks.
by Andreas Gabriel & Norbert A.J. Franz
Among the piles of 911 books this one is a worthy contender, beautifully made, substantial, and with hard—and authenticated—data that will settle many an argument.
by Bolsinger, Brinkmann, Ising
At every F1 race you see—and hear!—a GT S tearing up the track as the official safety car. Unlike its predecessor, the GT is relatively affordable so if you foresee one under your Christmas tree, check out this book first.