Book Details
Author: Günther Raupp
Format: 27” x 19” 12 month wall calendar printed on heavy
Photos: 13 color photographs
ISBN: 978-3-938316-26-9
Price: $89.95
2017 Ferrari Myth Calendar 2017 Ferrari Myth Calendar
Since 1985, German photographer Günther Raupp has produced the only calendars officially sanctioned by Ferrari. That’s because Raupp’s unerring eye, striking design, and top-flight production quality match those of the world’s most iconic car maker. Raupp’s images capture the beauty, power, and drama of Ferrari’s road and race cars, which are shown in striking locations from around the world. Each year just 5,000 numbered copies of this extra-large and highly collectible calendar are offered worldwide. read more >
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The 2017 edition of Ferrari Myth features a dazzling mix of Ferraris built for the road and the track—from ultra rare classics of the 1950s and 1960s to the newest models to emerge from Maranello (A full list with details is included below). The calendar’s extra-large format—more than two feet tall and 1.6 feet wide—means that each car is displayed on a scale that really does it justice. And Raupp’s carefully composed images and meticulous lighting bring out details and nuances that reward repeated viewing over the course of each month.

With only 5,000 numbered copies issued each year, it’s no surprise that these official calendars have become prized collector’s items for the Ferrari faithful. Please note that the calendar is printed on heavy art-gloss stock and presented in a handsome Ferrari gift box that can serve as safe, protective storage in the years to come.

We are pleased to be the exclusive North American distributor of Günther Raupp’s magnificent calendars. In addition to the sample photographs seen above, we invite you to review the full twelve months of Ferraris at Günther Raupp’s Web site, www.raupp.com.

2017 Ferrari Myth Calendar—List of Cars By Month

January: 1949 166 MM Touring Barchetta
One of the one of the first Ferraris ever built, chassis No. 0010M was driven to victory by Luigi Chinetti at the 1949 Spa 24 Hours.

February: 2015 488 GTB
The 488 appeared in 2015 as a successor to Ferrari 458. Although the car’s 3.9-liter V8 engine is smaller than that of the 458, it uses twin turbochargers to produce an additional 91 horsepower.

March: 1953 250 Europa Vignale Coupe
Based on Ferrari's 250 Europa, this unique and exotic grand tourer was created by the eccentric Turinese coachbuilder Alfredo Vignale.

April: 2015 488 Spider
With 670 horsepower on tap, the 488 Spider represents the latest chapter in Ferrari's passionate love affair with V8-powered cabriolets.

May: 1961 250 GT California Spider
French film star Alain Delon bought this California Spider in 1963. Despite its unrestored condition, the car sold for $18.5 million at auction in 2016.

June: 2015 California T
The California T debuted in 2014 with a bi-turbo V8 engine that produces 560 horsepower, as well as an improved gearbox and adaptive suspension system.

July: 1952 212 Inter Cabriolet Pinin Farina
Birth of a legend: Introduced at the 1952 Paris Motor Show, this car was only the second Ferrari designed by coachbuilder Pinin Farina.

August: 2016 GTC4Lusso
The new four-wheel drive GTC4Lusso uses a front-mid mounted 6.3-liter V12 engine that produces more than 680 horsepower.

September: 1958 412 MI
Powered by a four-liter V12 engine, this one-off race car finished third at Monza's 1958 Race of Two Worlds against single-seaters from Indianapolis.

October: 2013 LaFerrari
The LaFerrari supercar is Maranello’s first production hybrid vehicle, with a maximum output of 963 horsepower.

November: 2015 F12berlinetta
The most powerful Ferrari road car ever, the F12berlinetta uses a front- mounted V12 engine that produces a stunning 740 horsepower and top speeds over 200 mph.

December: 1958 250 GT Tour de France Berlinetta
Based on a racing car, the 250 TdF takes its name from Ferrari's string of triumphs in the 10-day Tour de France events in the late 1950s.


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