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Magneto magazine issue 17

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Magneto issue 17 Spring 2023.

Ferrari 250 GTO, Delahaye 235 Roadster, inside the Alfa Romeo museum, Zagato ‘Sanction Lost’ creations plus much more

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In issue 17 of Magneto

  • David MacNeil’s Ferrari 250 GTO, famously bought for more than $70m, then fully restored to 1963 Le Mans spec for Pebble Beac
  • Merle Mullin’s Las Vegas Concours-winning 1951 Delahaye 235 Roadster, one of the last great French coachbuilts
  • Inside the Alfa Romeo museum’s hidden stores, showing some of the treasures never seen by the public
  • Karl Ludvigsen on Franco Sbarro’s 1980s Mercedes-based Challenge and Porsche-based Challenge II and Challenge III cars
  • SF Edge by Doug Nye: The tragic story of the engineer and racer who became one of the UK’s greatest ever automotive pioneers
  • Porsche 356 Carrera Zagato coupé and convertible, the Italian coachbuilder’s two ‘Sanction Lost’ creations Zagato Barchetta Maserati, the first drive of Zagato’s ‘Mostro’
  • Inside Rimac: founder Mate Rimac explains the rise of the company as we drive the Nevera hypercar

To ensure you don’t miss this issue, subscribe to Magneto at our best subscription rate – use Magneto20s to receive a 20% discount

In issue 17 of Magneto

  • David MacNeil’s Ferrari 250 GTO, famously bought for more than $70m, then fully restored to 1963 Le Mans spec for Pebble Beac
  • Merle Mullin’s Las Vegas Concours-winning 1951 Delahaye 235 Roadster, one of the last great French coachbuilts
  • Inside the Alfa Romeo museum’s hidden stores, showing some of the treasures never seen by the public
  • Karl Ludvigsen on Franco Sbarro’s 1980s Mercedes-based Challenge and Porsche-based Challenge II and Challenge III cars
  • SF Edge by Doug Nye: The tragic story of the engineer and racer who became one of the UK’s greatest ever automotive pioneers
  • Porsche 356 Carrera Zagato coupé and convertible, the Italian coachbuilder’s two ‘Sanction Lost’ creations Zagato Barchetta Maserati, the first drive of Zagato’s ‘Mostro’
  • Inside Rimac: founder Mate Rimac explains the rise of the company as we drive the Nevera hypercar

To ensure you don’t miss this issue, subscribe to Magneto at our best subscription rate – use Magneto20s to receive a 20% discount

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