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These supercars are unobtainable objects of lust for millions of people around the world. John Lamm introduces 21 of the fastest, coolest, highest-horsepower, most expensive exotic cars from around the world, including the Porsche 959, Mercedes-Benz Vision SLR, Ferrari F50, Lamborghini Diablo VT and McLaren F1. This is an engaging overview of the technology, history, and industry surrounding supercars.

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This collection features facts, histories, and authors' anecdotes on the world's fastest, best-engineered and most expensive automobiles, along with many color photographs.

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