Cavallino magazine 113

October / November 1999

  • Language: American English American English
  • Editor: John W. Barnes Jr.
  • Publisher: Cavallino Inc.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 68 pages

The Enthusiast's Magazine of Ferrari


On the cover the Ferrari 250 GT SWB, s/n 2455 GT Alan Boe

Table of Contents

4 Ecco
Our program for this issue: enjoy
5 Lettere
Comments from your fellow enthusiasts
14 Mercato
A guide to all Ferraris and their values
18 Notizie
News of interest in the Ferrari World
22 Tourist Trophy Timeline
A History of these exceptional contests hosted by Ireland and England

We've always heared stories about Ferrari winning the TT, and seen photos of the sports and GT cars gliding though the Irish and English countryside. But what exactly was the Tourist Trophy?

Jerry McDermott   The Klementaski Collection
29 Berlinetta Sebring
SEFAC Hot Rod, s/n 2455 GT

Ferrari was not content with building the best GT berlinetta on the road and track; they designed an even better car - faster, lighter, more competitive - the SEFAC Hot Rod. We present a look at these rare machines, and one chassis in particular.

Alan Boe   Alan Boe
36 Testa Rossa: Time Travel!
A general history of s/n 0748 TR, and a chance to drive it and experience the enchantment

We've covered these cars many times in Cavallino, but never had the chance to drive one in captivity and report back. Now we've gotten a hold of a good chassis, and found some open road to travel. The euphoria is real indeed.

Marc Sonnery   Marc Sonnery
44 Challenge version of the Ferari 360 Modena presented
Andreas Meiniger, Pierre Goossens
Corse
45 Largest F1 Event held in Germany
Uwe Meissner meeting
Pierre Goossens, Jean-Yves Thonnard   Andreas Meiniger
Corse
46 German Ferrari Days full of Activity
Pierre Goossens, Jean-Yves Thonnard   Andreas Meiniger, Hugo Garritsen
Corse
48 Glory at Le Mans not to be
Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
Corse
47 Historic Challenge continues at Silverstone
Pierre Goossens, Jean-Yves Thonnard   Andreas Meiniger
Corse
46 Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or
Challenge Committee
49 Ferrari 333 SP remain competitive on two continents

Including recent Ferrari prototype race results

Pierre Goossens, Keith Bluemel, John Sinkgraven, Hugo Garritsen, David Seibert   Vic Olivier
47 U.S. Historic Series continues to grow
David Seibert   Ed Hyman
Corse
50 Goodwood pleases, and in Good Weather
Keith G. Bleumel, Marcel Massini   Andreas Meiniger
Corse
Fate steps in, everthing changes
Formula One championship
Marc Sonnery
54 Galleria
Products and services worth of attention
98 Mercato
The market as of Xxxx 1, 1999, from a survey of selected dealers
99 Galleria
Special services for the Ferrari enthusiast