Cavallino magazine 114

December 1999 / January 2000

  • Language: American English American English
  • Editor: John W. Barnes Jr.
  • Publisher: Cavallino Inc.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 64 pages

The Enthusiast's Magazine of Ferrari

On the cover a photograph of the Ferrari 330 LM Berlinetta, s/n 4725 SA in England Keith Bluemel

Table of Contents

1 Ecco
Our program for this issue: enjoy
4 Lettere
Comments from your fellow enthusiasts
10 Ferraris at the Concours Automobiles Classiques & Louis Vuitton
Parc de Bagatelle, Paris France - September 4-5, 1999
Vincent Yernaux, Pierre Goossens
Pebble Beach presents new leaders

Ferraris at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance - The Lodge at Pebble Beach - August 29, 1999 Compiled by Alan Boe Major Ferrari Awards at the Concorso Italiano - Quail Lodge, Carmel Valley, California - August 27, 1999 Compiled by Tish Thineson Ferraris at the Christie's Auction - Pebble Beach, California - August 29, 1999 Ferraris at the Brooks Auction - Quail Lodge, California - August 28, 1999 Ferraris at the RM-Monterey Sports Car Auction - Monterey, California - August 27-28, 1999

14 U.S. Presentation of the 360 Modena redefines Horsepower
18 Squalos & Super Squalos

A wonderfull design but time had already passed it by. The 553 and 555 Grand Prix Ferraris, with a look at one that Survived.

Michael T. Lynch   Courtesy Nick Harley / The Klemantaski Collection
26 The 330 LM Berlinettas
We concentrate on one of the four; s/n 4725 SA

Ferrari Engineering and Pininfarina Design produced these fast and elegant machines.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
34 Ferrari 360 Reflections
A brief look at the essentials
Andreas Meiniger, Ferrari SpA., Hugo Garritsen, Marcel Massini
36 Ferrari 166 MM/53, s/n 0290 M
Small but Potent. The rarely seen second series 166 MM Vignale Spyders.
Alan Boe   Alan Boe
42 The old refrain is heard again: What might have been
The end of the Formula 1 season investigated
Marc Sonnery
43 Laguna Seca endures
David Newhardt   David Newhardt
44 Colorado Grand begins second decade
Henry T. Kistler, Alan Boe   Henry T. Kistler
43 There is a racing Ferrari F50 out there
Hugo Garritsen, John Swift   Hugo Garritsen
44 New Victories for Ferrari in the Tour (de France) Automobile

There is a second group laying claim to the old Tour de France moniker (although it is now exclusively owned by the cycling people) and they put on a "Tour Historique Automobile" that went from Reims to Le Mans to Vichy to Aix en Provence, and ended in Nice.

Pierre Goossens   Arnaud Blanfuney
45 Goodwood Revival survives monsoon
Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
46 Mercato
A guide to all Ferraris and their values
45 Future in doubt for the beloved F333 SP
Hugo Garritsen, David Seibert   Hugo Garritsen
50 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