Cavallino magazine 142

August / September 2004

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: John W. Barnes, Jr.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 96 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

The Journal of Ferrari History

On the cover the Ferrari 250 Europa GT, s/n 0351 EU photographed in California David Gooley

Table of Contents

2 Ecco
This is our menu for you this issue number 142
3 Lettere
Trenchant comments from our loyal readers
6 Pity the Poor Historian
One image makes all the difference and solves a mystery
Michael T. Lynch   Allen R. Kuhn
10 The 2004 season in Formula One appears secure
Ferrari stumbles at the Monaco GP, but quickly recovers.
Keith G. Bluemel   Ferrari SpA
16 The Ferraris in GT racing are battling Corvettes, Saleens, and Porsches, and holding on their own
Reports on ALMS, FIA GT, Le Mans Endurance Series and Le Mans itself.
Keith G. Bluemel   FIA GT
24 Mille Miglia 2004
Marcel Massini   MPS Editorial Services
26 Tour Auto 2004
Henry T. Kistler, Pierre Goossens, Vincent Yernaux, Helmut Schnug   Helmut Schnug
28 Villa d'Este 2004
Ferrari Star at Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este
Marcel Massini   Marcel Massini
30 The 2004 Reading Ferrari Concours d'Elegance - A 20 year Anniversary
Event of Note
Mitchell Katz   Premier Financial
32 Monterey Preview
A preview of all the Ferrari activity taking place during the huge Monterey weekend.
34 The Ferrari Classiche Certification Program

The Certification Program undergoes some revisions. Meanwhile, more comments from your fellow readers.

35 Where the Ferraris are in 2004
40 Role Reversals

The market reverses a trend seen just a decade ago. The change is noted and explained by an expert broker.

Michael Sheehan
41 Ferrari 250 Europa GT, s/n 0351 EU
A better Barn Find

It is rare to find an old Ferrari that is essentially untouched. An old Europa retains its dignity. It has always been cared for, but never restored. Patrimony and patina aplenty. A timepiece articulated.

Alan Boe   Joe & Margaret Smith, Tom Shaugnessy, Alan Boe, David Gooley
50 0780 / 0808
Old race cars never die - the become new ones!

Part II on this chassis s/n 0808, which covers part one of its life, when it was s/n 0780.

Keith G. Bluemel, Marcel Massini   Louis Klementaski, Gunther Malter, Peter Coltrin, Nigel Snowdon, Al Bochroch
60 Peter Coltrin
An appreciation of "Racing in Color 1954-1959"

Peter Coltrin was famous as a photographer in black & white, but his color work has been rediscovered.

Michael T. Lynch   Peter Coltrin
74 A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of August 1, 2004... from a survey of selected dealers

Expanded with more information, model type, s/n range etc.

Keith Bluemel