Cavallino magazine 63
June / July 1991
- Language: American English
- Editor: Stanley Nowak (dec.)
- Publisher: Cavallino Inc.
- Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 48 pages
- Code: ISSN 0889-2504
The Enthusiast's Magazine of Ferrari
Cover photograph of the Ferrari 642 Formule 1 Mark Armstrong Cover photograph of the Ferrari Testarossa Doug Mitchell
Table of Contents
Our menu for today
Some thoughts from some of your fellow enthusiasts plus additions and corrections
America's first world Formule One champion honored at the U.S. Grand Prix
Gil Bouffard David Anderson
Ferraris at the Geneva Motor Show
Collezione Maranello Rosso... Le Ferrari a San Marino
A new Ferrari Museum opens
Keith G. Bluemel
Ferrari Prices set in Japan
World Vintage Car Auction and Exposition, Tokyo, Japan
Michael Sheehan European Auto Sales
Not just a Spyder - The Daytona Spyder!
The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 without a hardtop - an unqualified success!
Taking the fast back roof off the Daytona coupe may have seemed daring, but here it was an aesthetic triumph. The new back deck blended seamlessly with the rest of the body envelope, and if one chose to race the soft roof, one was pleasantly surprised to see that this oft-overlooked appendage was perfectly shaped, and perfectly proportioned to the body below it.Dyke Ridgley Steven Pike
Hail and Farewell - "series I" comes to an end
We bid a very fond and warmhearted farewell to the aging, but already ageless, Ferrari Testarossa, this exotic machine which has thrilled one and all to varying degrees over six very successful years. You know, of course, that a revised Testarossa will be on the scene by the end of the year, a refined and evolved Testarossa, but will it be so different as to make the current model an absolute entity?Doug Mitchell Doug Mitchell
An early Farina Coupe!
Saved from the grave - The 1950 Ferrari 166 Inter Stabilimenti Farina Coupe, s/n 041 S
When recounting the story of one of Ferrari's earliest models, the 166 series of coupes, cabriolets and barchettas, names such as Carrozzeria Touring of Milan and Alfredo Vignale of Turin played an important part. In addition to Touring and Vignale, Allemano, Ghia, Bertone and Stabilimenti Farina all had a hand in clothing Ferrari's 166 Sport and Inter chassis.Alan Boe Alan Boe
Ferrari gets a surprise
Ferraris carrying the Flag in Formula One
United States Grand Prix, March 10, 1991... Testing steps up... Pioneer signs on... Drivers sign on... Brazilian Grand Prix, March 24, 1991... IMSA Camel Light Championship - Honda vs Ferrari West Palm Beach, March 3, 1991... 12 Hours of Sebring, March 16, 1991... Grand Prix of Miami, March 7, 1991... Other Racing News...Jerry McDermott, Mark Armstong, Joe Philips, Wayne Todd, Robert Pease
Calendar for 1991
Where Ferraris can be seen...
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