Massimo Capaccioli

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Location: Subbiano (Arezzo) Italy
In My Own Words:
Vivo in Toscana e sono laureato in storia, una materia che amo. Mi piacciono molto le automobili (specialmente le auto americane e le CitroŽn), le motociclette, i modellini di veicoli e i libri che trattano questi argomenti. Sono anche un appassionato di film e libri di fantascienza, polizieschi e avventurosi, e di musica leggera. I miei telefilm preferiti sono "Star Trek", "Babylon 5", "Stargate … Read more



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Alfa Romeo Giulia GT by Brizio Pignacca
Alfa Romeo Giulia GT by Brizio Pignacca
This book, as the other works published in the "Le vetture che hanno fatto la storia" (The cars that have made history) series, is very well written. The text is neither meagre nor prolix, and contains a lot of informations about the technology and the aesthetic characteristics of the Giulia Sprint GT and the cars derived from it: the GT Veloce, the GT Junior, the GTA, the GTAm, the 1750 GT Veloce and the 2000 GT Veloce. The chapters of the book are accompanied by a large number of beautiful illustrations: the major number of they, are in black and white, but there are also some good photographs in colour. At the end of the volume, there are the technical specifications of all the cars… Read more
Miniauto & Collectors 2002: Fiat Nuova 500, Dinky &hellip
The magazine "Miniauto & Collectors" contains articles about the motor vehicle miniatures, and is dedicated, especially, to the collectors of obsolete models. The quality of the articles of the magazine (all written in Italian and English) is very good, because they report a lot of informations about the vehicle miniatures. The two most important article of the issue nr. 2, are those concerning the French Dinky Toys of the series nr. 1400 (released from 1967 to '71), and the models produced by the Italian firm Dugu, which was in activity from the '60s to the beginning of the '70s. In both the articles, there are the descriptions of the miniatures made by the two firms, the photographs of… Read more
Star Trek Voyager - Vol. 4.1 (Scorpion Pt. II/The &hellip <b>VHS</b> ~ Kate Mulgrew
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The second part of "Scorpion" is thrilling as the first part, because it's full of action. In this episode, Captain Janeway begins to co-operate with the Borg, to fight together against the Species 8472, and the Collective assign to her a Borg collaborator, the human woman Seven of Nine. The co-operation between the federal astronauts and the Borg is difficult, because each part is suspicious of the other: the crew of the "Voyager" fears that the Borg could assimilate them, and the Borg (although they want the help of the federals) haven't renounced the intention to subdue the federals. These facts are the origin of a complex situation, that makes the episode thrilling; in this situation,… Read more

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