Cavallino magazine 73

February / March 1993

  • Language: American English American English
  • Editor: John W. Barnes Jr.
  • 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 348 Serie Speciale David Newhardt

Table of Contents

1 Ecco
Marcel Massini
4 Lettere

More on the Yates book by Gianni Togliatti Ferrari transported by Richard Frashman and Jerry McDermott 250 LM appreciations by Tim Kemmis and Ed Niles Momentos by Michael Catsch That yellow 375 MM - some thoughts from J. Elliot Merk, Rick Busenkell, and Allen Bischop The PPG Ferrari by James Chapman Ferrari MO plates by Adolfo Orsi A correction from Brian Redman

Peter Coltrin, Jerry McDermott, Dennis Simon, Michael Catsch, Henry Rasmussen, Robert Devlin, Ennio Cozzolino
15 348 Serie Speciale
Ferrari introduces a special V-8 for the American market; styling changes and more power on hand

Just when you thought things were becoming really dull and depressing in the automotive world, and more particularly in the exotic car arena, what with the recession causing production plans to be scaled back, new projects to be put on hold, newly announced supercars to be canceled, to the point where we all had the very scary and unsettling feeling that the sports car as an object of technological wonder and visceral delight was slowly expiring altogether...

David Newhardt, Ferrari SpA
Feature
18 456 GT 2+2
A further look at this new boulevard cruiser, plus all the specifications

We present a few more views of the new 456 GT as shown at its long awaited unveiling at the new FF40 meet for Jacques Swaters in Belgium last year in September the car in the flesh is very rounded and is indeed a new design concept from Pininfarina, especially in light of the fact that a 2+2 has to be, of necessity, rather subdued and restrained.

Pierre Goossens
Feature
19 Ferrari 456 GT 2+2 Specifications
Feature
20 275 GTB Pininfarina speciale
Battista Pininfarina's own personal 275, and it's like no other

In the beginning, all Ferraris were not created equal. All Ferraris were individually handbuilt, and all Ferraris varied radically. Each "coachbuilt" grand touring car was unique, a showpiece, a billboard for the coachbuilder's talents and tastes, and a statement of the new owner's social position and pocketbook. The many different early Ferrari bodies were built by a multitude of "Carrozzeria", including Allemano, Boano, Touring, Ghia, Scaglietti, Vignale, Pininfarina, and others.

Michael Sheehan   John Lamm, European Auto Restorations
Feature
27 Ferrari Guide to Modena / Maranello
Cavallino's in-depth guide to all the sites and shrines

The Modena / Maranello area in Italy is known for many things (food, pottery and tiles, opera singers), but its most famous resident and its most undying claim to eternal fame is, of course, Ferrari, and not only Ferrari the now-departed man, the legend, the idea, the myth, but also the actual physical presence of Ferrari in the here and now.

Marcel Massini, Keith Bluemel   Marcel Massini, Keith Bluemel
Feature
34 An end and a beginning
Formula one

Well, the championship was long since decided at this point, and there really was no reason to go to Japan or Australia, but the teams are constructed to put on a show and this they did. And so, we make some notes for the record. Japanese Grand Prix, October 23, 1992 Active suspension tried; team does well Australian Grand Prix, November 8, 1992 No problems and decent results

Corse
Schedule 1993
Formula One
36 Galleria
34 Ferraris of special interest at the Colorado Grand
September 21-26, 1992, Colorado
Jeff Allison
Corse
48 Classifieds
Buy, sell, trade, wanted, etc.