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TUTTI GLI SCOOTER DEL MONDO
GESCHREVEN DOOR GIORGIO SARTI

Dit is het meest complete boek over de gouden eeuw van de scooter dat ooit is gepubliceerd.

This is the most complete book ever published on the golden age of the scooter.The first part, focuses on the 1910s and ‘20s, a period in which this vehicle was little more than a child-like scooter with an engine and was offered as an alternative to the bicycle, with a motor attached to it. The second part covers the scooter of the ‘30s and ‘40s, when designs began to flesh out the definitive constructional layout of this innovative vehicle: small wheels, open chassis and body. Great progress was also made in the ‘50s and ‘60s, the golden age of the scooter, the book giving an overview of the second post war period and the importance of the scooter at that time as an individual means of transport.In addition, special attention has been paid to scooter production in the most important countries, especially the happenings in Italy, France, Germany Great Britain, the United States and Japan, whose more significant brands are exhaustively studied and richly illustrated.The book closes with “The Catalogue”, a broad, all-encompassing look at all the most significant models, sub-divided by nation, with illustrated specifications complete with technical data.A unique publication for scooter lovers and for all enthusiasts who have the “little wheels” in their heart.

INHOUD / SOMMARIO :
1. Panoramica Storica
2. Gli anni d’oro
3. Lo scooter in grigio-verde
4. I prototipi
5. Tutti gli scooter
6. Gli scooter cabinati
Catalogo : Italia – Francia – Germania – Gran Bretagna – Europa (Austria, Belgio, Danmarca, Olanda, Portogallo, Spagna, Svezia, Svizzera) – Europa Est (Cecoslovacchia, Germania Est, Polonia, Romania, Ungheria, Unione Sovietica) – Stati Uniti – Giappone – Indice Alfabetico

Het boek is nieuw, harde kaft, 431 pagina’s, Italiaanse tekst.

ISBN : 978-88-7911-469-1

INFORMATIE

Vintage Motor Cyclebooks