Review: The Ferrari Book

There are few brands as iconic and attention grabbing as Enzo Ferrari’s powerhouse manufacturer that seamlessly mixes racing and luxury. Hence our excitement for the Ferrari Book ($125), a collection by legendary car photographer Günther Raupp. It’s 300 pages of the most beautiful pictures of the most beautiful cars ever produced. 1953 250 MM? Check. 1958 250 Testa Rossa? Check.  2002 Enzo Ferrari? Check.

It’s a shame you can’t flip through this astounding collection yourself; in fact, I’ve spent the better part of two hours drooling over luxury cars and wondering why I didn’t become a hedge fund manager instead of a men’s lifestyle writer. Anyway, to set your heart racing, we’ve included some sample pictures below.

Also, for the true car (or photography) nut, there’s a special collectors edition of the Ferrari Book, and it’ll run you $2,500. It comes in a clamshell box, it features a portfolio with one of two high quality prints, and it’s numbered and signed by Raupp himself.

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