Zagato Books

Following is an incomplete list of books dedicated to Zagato.
The books are sorted in chronological order.

Style Auto Nr. 23 Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato Exceptional magazine on the automotive design destined to complete the library of each car enthusiast
Style Auto Nr. 23
Exceptional magazine on the automotive design destined to complete the library of each car enthusiast.
Articles on:

  • Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato

  • the Ford GT story, third part (j-car, mark IV, g7-a)

  • Orlandi Meteor

  • the Opel GT in production (Opel, Chausson, Brissonneau & Lotz)

  • Ford Idea & Show cars
    July 1969

 

zagato Gianfranco Fagiuoli / Guido Gerosa Automobile Club D'Italia / L'Editrice dell'automobile 1969
Zagato
Gianfranco Fagiuoli / Guido Gerosa
Automobile Club D'Italia / L'Editrice dell'automobile
1969
FOR SALE

 

zagato automobilia michele marchiano
Zagato
Michele Marchiano
Automobilia
February 1984

 

Alfa Romeo-Zagato SZ TZ Marcello Minerbi La Mille Miglia Editrice
Alfa Romeo-Zagato SZ TZ
Marcello Minerbi
La Mille Miglia Editrice
1985

 

zagato fiat 8VZ - Alfa Romeo 1900 SSZ michele marchiano
Le Zagato - Fiat 8VZ - Alfa 1900 SSZ
Michele Marchiano
Edizioni de la libreria de l'automobile
1987

 

Le Zagato - Fulvia Sport - Junior Z
Le Zagato - Fulvia Sport - Junior Z
Michele Marchiano

The creative talent of Ercole Spada and the historic coachbuilder Zagato combined in 1965 to produce the Lancia Fulvia Sport, a sleekly aggressive coupe based on the floorpan of the Fulvia Coupe.
This charismatic car, manufactured in the mid-Sixties and available with 1200, 1300 and 1600 cc engines, is the subject of this invaluable book that analyzes its development through various versions, to each of which is devoted a specific technical dossier.
There is of course a section dealing with the Fulvia Sport’s racing career and the book concludes with a chapter on the Alfa Romeo Junior Z (1969), also designed by Ercole Spada and produced in very limited numbers through to 1974.
Edizioni de la libreria de l'automobile
1987

 

Zagato - Seventy Years in the fast lane
Zagato - Seventy Years in the fast lane
Michele Marchiano
Giorgio Nada Editore
1989

 

Zagato - 100 Anni Citta de Gavello Nel Polesine
Zagato - 100 Anni
Citta de Gavello Nel Polesine
Published by Ugo Zagato's birthplace to celebrate his 100th birthday
1990

 

Zagato 1919 - 2000
Zagato 1919 - 2000Zagato 1919 - 2000
Zagato 1919 - 2000
Two volumes in slipcase
The two volumes cover the entire history of the dynamic Italian designer: from the first decades when Zagato played the role as a coachbuilder of small series of cars up to nowadays.
The company has in the meantime diversified and built up a structure dedicated to providing comprehensive styling, engineering and prototyping services, not just to the major automotive manufacturers, but also to a wide variety of other design-oriented sectors.
Today Zagato’s portfolio can boast railway transport systems, heavy equipment and agricultural vehicles, car accessories, fashion and industrial design.
Avant-garde technology and working methods now consolidate a reputation built on innovative and practical design.

Michel Marchiano / Joanne Marshall
Giorgio Nada Editore
2000
ISBN: 8879112554

 

Zagato - 1919 - 2000 Car-men
Zagato - 1919 - 2000
Car-Men

Automobilia

2002

 

Lancia Fulvia Zagato Sport - Carlo Stella - Bruno Vettore
Zagato - Fulvia Sport Competizione
Carlo Stella / Bruno Vettore
Two enthusiasts, both owners of the Fulvia Zagato and Competizione versions of the breed, have reconstructed the story of these special cars, outlining the events, the races, the racing successes and their final destiny.
This book is rich in technical information and construction details, includes interviews with the drivers and, above all, the people that made up Squadra Corse Lancia.

Giorgio Nada Editore
2003
ISBN: 8879112554

 

Lancia Fulvia Zagato Sport - Carlo Stella - Bruno Vettore
Elio Zagato - Storie di corse e non solo
Elio Zagato
Zagato name evokes innovating cars and sporting success.
Elio Zagato, the promoter’s son, was also a talented “gentleman driver” committed with very good results in the most significant races of his time.
In the book he writes about his personal life and his racing career through interesting and sometime amusing anecdotes.
A very peculiar and vivid approach to history enriched by a great amount of photos belonging to the author, many of them unpublished.

Giorgio Nada Editore
2003


 

LANCIA APPIA ZAGATO, I modelli, la technica, le corse
LANCIA APPIA ZAGATO, I modelli, la technica, le corse
Gino Giugno
Thanks to a detailed research through archival photos, newspapers, magazines and few books, here is the complete history of the Lancia Appia Zagato model.
Included are technical specifications and the racing versions.
Nuova Ipsa Editore
2005
ISBN: 88-7676-277-9

 

Ferrari by Zagato
Ferrari by Zagato
Michele Marchiano

1919 was the year in which Ferrari began driving racing cars and Zagato founded his couchworks, and from that moment their paths were to cross on several occasions.
Every time Zagato got his hands on a Ferrari chassis, even without the official blessing of Maranello, he succeeded in building a beautiful car.
Even today these “Ferrari by Zagato” are shrouded in a certain air of mistery – not even the coachworks possessed documentation.
This book has bridged the gap.
Giorgio Nada Editore
2005 Reprint of 1500 copies.

 

Le Zagato
Le Zagato - Fulvia Sport - Junior Z
The creative talent of Ercole Spada and the historic coachbuilder Zagato combined in 1965 to produce the Lancia Fulvia Sport, a sleekly aggressive coupe based on the floorpan of the Fulvia Coupe.
This charismatic car, manufactured in the mid-Sixties and available with 1200, 1300 and 1600 cc engines, is the subject of this invaluable book that analyzes its development through various versions, to each of which is devoted a specific technical dossier.
There is of course a section dealing with the Fulvia Sport’s racing career and the book concludes with a chapter on the Alfa Romeo Junior Z (1969), also designed by Ercole Spada and produced in very limited numbers through to 1974.

Michele Marchiano

Giorgio Nada Editore
2005 Reprint of 500 pcs.