" A good friend of mine (Thanks Spen) thoughtfully purchased this little beauty for me at Christmas. Not only is it the perfect gift for a collector of auto-ephemera and self-confessed car spotter like myself – it stirred some really deep lying "
Impossible Cars: the book
Images © Michael Furman / courtesy Assouline
We’ve just caught wind of a limited edition volume which due to launch very soon in the states that looks like it’s going to be the ultimate gift or purchase for the petrolhead who can put their money where their mouth is.
This beautiful looking piece of print will feature 100 of the most incredible cars ever imagined, and is put together by Wall Street Journal’s motoring correspondent Dan Neil.
It is due to sell for $650, so you can either start saving now or pray that father Christmas will be very good to you. It is printed on cotton-heavy paper and comes in a black rubber presentation box with a cutout metal plate in a custom tote bag
The author vehicles chosen to feature in this stupidly high-end book by publishers Assouline will embody a will to “explore the limits of what is possible in speed, luxury and decadence.”
Superb and beautiful fuel for the ongoing automotive dream mill.
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