Cavallino magazine 10

March / April 1980

  • Language: American English American English
  • Editor: Stanley Nowak
  • Publisher: John W. Barnes, Jr.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 48 pages

The Magazine for Ferrari Enthusiasts


On the cover Ferrari 308 GTS Guido Ferretti

Table of Contents

1 Ecco
2 Ferrari and Racing
Commento
4 Lettere
2 Ferrari's New F1 Turbo
Peter Coltrin
Commento
10 The Carrera Panamericana - Part II
A Continued Review of the Great Mexican Road Race
Stan Nowak
18 Ferrari 342 and 375 America
Ferrari's First Luxury Specials

Once Aurelio Lampredi took up where Giacchino Colombo left off, the large displacement Ferrari engine was launched. It grew from its original 3.3 litre to 4.1 litre in one step. and the engine was used in sports and grand prix cars. One of the sports cars that used the new engine was the Type 340 Mille Miglia, a machine that did its share to generate controversy.

Kurt H. Miska
24 Ferrari 308 GTS Spyder
A Look At This Ongoing Bestseller

What, then, is an automotive "Spyder?" No one seems to know! And why does the word connote things special, unusual, sporty? Again, no one seems to know. There is certainly nothing about the biological spider that would make its name a worthy attachment to an exciting automobile. And yet the word "spyder" sticks in our minds as representing a car that is somehow special, somehow unique, something with that little extra pizzazz that makes it extra attractive.

Guido Ferretti, Ferrari North America
30 Dino 308 GT Rainbow
Old Ferraris Never Die ...

Remember the Rainbow? Yes, this 308 GT4-based design study is still around and, surprisingly for a show car, it's still running and looks great! Most one-off show cars created by design houses either go back to the warehouse or are broken up. Happily, the Rainbow has survived such fates, and instead of being regarded as an interesting but forgettable variant, it's beginning to take a life of its own.

Greg Jarem
34 Ferrari in America
Scuderia Ferrrari Comes to the U.S. and Does Well

Those readers interested in motor racing history will recall that way back in 1904 a noted American amateur racing driver and business tycoon, William K. Vanderbilt, Jr., instituted an annual race for the Vanderbilt Cup. The idea behind races was to improve the "home" car (but it is not clear whether the improvement was for the benefit of the road or racing automobile) by encouraging the Europeans to compete against the best of the U.S. cars.

Godfrey Eaton   Franco Zagari
38 The Second 100 Cars
Part II - Even numbered cars

Get Your Serial Number Books Out - A Continuation of Our Popular Series.

Stan Nowak   Stan Nowak
45 The Written Word

As many of you know (and as your bookshelf and your wallet know) the amount of Ferrari books available is considerable - past 40 at the moment - and it rivalled only by the number of books on Rolls-Royce and on Porsche.

Notizie
47 News From Modena
1951 Ferrari 375 Formula 1, s/n 004

A great old campaigner showed up recently in Modena. The accompanying photos show a 1951 Ferrari 375 Formula 1 car that was discovered in Argentina and is now the property of a Mr. Van der Lof. Before it was delivered to mr. Van der Lof, it was sent to England where Tony Merrick in Berkshire put the chassis, body and mechanics back to "as good as new".

Peter Coltrin   Peter Coltrin
Notizie
News From Germany

Henry Haga, longtime "Ferraristi" and Director of Opel Design in Rüsselsheim for six years now, has recently made what he likes to consider "a professional investment for inspiration." He has purchased the best of the present Ferraris, the twelve cylinder, 5 litre Berlinetta Boxer, and added his own ideas.

Giancarlo Perini