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Introduced by John Moschitta Jr., the fast-talking Micro Machines Man of the TV commercials, Micro but Many: an unofficial Micro Machines collection features over 1,000 beautifully photographed Micro Machines – the must-have miniature cars of our misspent youth.
This book is a rare collection of the most loved Micro Machines from the 1980s, 1990s and beyond – including some never before seen! Curated by collectors and the original Micro Machines designers over six sections, Micro but Many is a nostalgic visual showroom. Take a spin down memory lane in a race car, plane, tank, truck, motorbike, boat or even the Lunar Rover – all are included, with detailed photography and stats. The book also provides an under-the-hood look at how these diminutive wonders were created, showing off prototypes and unreleased vehicles as well as insights and anecdotes from the original Micro Machines designers.
Whether it's a unique European car such as the Aston Martin DB5, or an awesome American car like the Ford '64 Mustang, or even a cool classic like the Bugatti '27 Type 41 Royale, you’re sure to find your favourite in this book. Or maybe you’re more of a plane fan, or a military whiz, or a train spotter –regardless, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
Micro but Many comes with an animated lenticular ‘Ultra Movers’ cover, holographic foil-blocked pages and four colourful bookmark ribbons. Microbut Many: an unofficial Micro Machines collection is sure to appeal to children of the 80s and 90s, auto enthusiasts and Micro Machines fans alike.
400 pages. 148mm × 210mm.
Edge-to-edge high quality lithographic print.
Sewn binding for enduring quality and the ability to lay flat forideal double-page image viewing.
Four coloured bookmark ribbons. Holographic foil details inside.
Lenticular “animated” cover fascia. Holographic foil sticker on fascia. Shrink wrapped.