Cavallino magazine 141

June / July 2004

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: Cavallino Inc.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 72 pages

The Journal of Ferrari History


On the cover the Ferrari 330 TRI/LM, s/n 0808 photographed in New Orleans David LeMoine

Table of Contents

2 Ecco
Bob Dunsmore
3 Lettere
Trenchant comments from our loyal readers
Huub Hendriks, Carel Ruigrok
7 Calendario
Where Ferraris can be found in 2004
8 Nothing stays the same in Formula One
This year, Ferrari is even better!

Ferrari in launched into the 2004 season in Formula One, with wins at the first four races, before we went to press. Will this auspicious start continue? Australia - March 7 Malaysia - March 21 Bahrain - April 4 San Marino - April 25

Keith Bluemel
Corse
12 Ferrari GT racing has its ups and downs as the season moves forward…

Ferrari in GT racing is another matter, with some doing great, and others not as well as suspected. Reports on ALMS, FIA GT, and the Le Mans test days. ALMS - Sebring, Florida - March 20 FIA GT - Monza, Italy - March 28 FIA GT - Valencia, Spain - April 18 Le Mans Test Days, Le Mans, France - April 24-25

Keith Bluemel
Corse
19 Ferrari Arbitrage
Some comments on the current state of the Ferrari Market

In today's age of instant information, and a global economy, one would think that Ferrari prices would be standardized worldwide. But because of differences in currency rates, variations in importation and tax laws, currency swings and the ups and downs of economies around the world, Ferrari prices do vary, providing some always changing buying opportunities for enthusiasts, and a livelihood for those dealers and brokers who trade globally.

Michael Sheehan
Mercato
22 A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of June 1, 2004... from a survey of selected dealers

A list of all the Ferraris, with dates, s/n ranges, current values, and some comments from your staff.

Keith Bluemel
Guida
28 Superamerica Cabriolet
The Superamerica series was supreme, and a Cabriolet was even more select, a truly elite automobile, s/n 2331 SA

From 1959 to 1964, the most powerful Ferrari of the model range was the hype 400 Superamerica. As we know from Cavallino magazine number 108, there was also a cabriolet version, but the open topped 400 SA never really did conquer America. But the example shown here, , s/n 2331 SA, however, is now well preserved and appreciated, by and avid American Ferrari collector.

Marcel Massini   Marcel Massini, Pininfarina
Feature
36 330 TRI/LM, s/n 0808
A Ferrari of many guises part One - It won Le Mans in 1962, which should have been enough for any Ferrari, but this chassis had a previous life

One of the most famous model names in the history of Ferrari! A name that was first applied to the four cylinder sports racing models in 1956, and that was carried through to their twelve cylinder successors from 1957 through to 1962, scoring numerous race victories along the way. These included a win at the Targa Florio, plus a quartet of wins at the 12 Hours os Sebring, and the Le Mans 24 Hours race.

Keith Bluemel   Dave LeMoine, Al Bochroch
Feature
50 The Ferrari Classiche Certification Program
The Certification program is dissected, with an overview and some observations from the Publisher, and your fellow readers

In the last issue, we had an introduction on the new Certificate of Authenticity program being instituted by Ferrari for the older cars. We also reprinted the certification form as it appeared on Ferrari's website, as of the end of the year. We have some comments, from your staff and from other interested parties, which we believe are of value, since this program will have far reaching effects on the future of the older Ferraris.

Commento
62 Galleria
Some products and services of interest, from Ferrari people who want to reach you