Under the sign of the Bull
The power to the people
Triumph and tribulation
Decline and resurrection
Bob Wallace: He "married the automobile"
350 GTV: "Ferruccio's Folly"
350 GT/400 GT: the Bull begins to change
400 GT 2+2: expanding on all fronts
Islero: Looks aren't everything
Espada: the spacey grand touring sedan
Jarama: another one for the boss
Miura: dispelling myths
Miura: the dream on the assembly line
Miura: the dream in your driveway
Miura: perfecting the dream
Countach: all that its looks imply
Countach: the once and future fantasy
Urraco: the lovely little loser
Silhouette and Jalpa: try, try again
Show cars: flights of fancy
Cheetah and LM-Series: the fantastic 4x4
Lamborghini: the road ahead
Lamborghini specifications 1963-88
Back in the late Eighties, this was the book to have on Lamborghini, it was cleary written, had loads of photos, mainly in color, and told the story from the start, the troubles Ferruccio ran into and the masterpieces he created in Sant'Agata.
Even today, this is still one of the most important books in my collection, truly a must-have in my opinion.
Original, first edition, published in 1988 as hardback, comes with a dust jacket.
Size: 284x249x22mm (11.18x9.8x0.87in)
Photos © LAMBOdiecast - For review purpose only.