Cavallino magazine 143

October / November 2004

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: John W. Barnes, Jr.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 72 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

The Journal of Ferrari History


On the cover two lovely Ferrari berlinetta from two era; beauty travels well. Photographed somewhere in Florida Jerry Wyszatycki

Table of Contents

2 Ecco

This is what we have for you in this issue number 143

Helmut Schnug
3 Lettere
Comments of note from our loyal readers
Courtesy of Ferret Fotographics, James M. Cuevas
7 Calendario
Where the Ferraris are in 2004 and 2005
8 Ferrari is on the march, as records fall
Formula One

Ferrari takes both World Titles - Drivers and Constructors - in fine fashion, and continuous to break records in this 2004 season of Formula One. France, July 4 Britain, July 11 Germany, July 25 Hungary, August 15, Belgium, August 29

Keith Bluemel   Ferrari SpA
Corse
Championships are possible
Ferrari GT contenders enjoy a hard fought season

The Ferraris in GT racing do well against good opposition. Reports on ALMS, FIA GT, Le Mans Endurance Series, and Grand-Am.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel, Hugo Garritsen
17 A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of October 1, 2004... from a survey of selected dealers

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

Keith Bluemel
Guida
21 Monterey and the Auction action
The recent auctions reinforce the market trends

The Ferrari market had a few predicted jumps during the Monterey weekend, as this was the "Ferrari" year at Monterey, and thousands of over-hormoned "Tifosi" were at the races, at the multiple concours events, and at the multiple auctions. While there was no lack of Ferraris on auction at the Monterey weekend, prices were, with a few exceptions, in the current market range.

Michael Sheehan
Mercato
22 The Official Ferrari 275 Tour
The 275s are given their due, with a great party in their honour in Italy

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the launch of the 275 GTB and GTS, Ferrari organized an official meeting for these cars and their owners (and this was its first official organized event since the 50 year celebration in 1997). Title the 275 Tour, it was held in Maranello and throughout Tuscany from the 15th to the 20th of June, and thanks to the superlative efforts of the Factory's own Joanne Marshal and Angelo Amadesi, it was a rousing success.

Marcel Massini   Helmut Schnug
Notizie
24 Ferraris in the 1st Japan Historic Car Tour

The first "Japan Historic Car Tour" was held on May 15 to 17, 2004. 100 classic and sport cars gathered at this new meeting, including eight Ferraris.

Junichiro Hiramatsu   Junichiro Hiramatsu
Notizie
26 Greenwich Concours rewards with quality Ferrari field

The Wennerstroms, Bruce and Genia, have been in the car field for decades, and eight years ago they decided to organise an elegant Concours in an elegant park on the water in Greenwich, Connecticut. It was a success from the very first year, combining the best classic and vintage automobiles over a two day period.

Dennis L. Tanney
Notizie
24 The Meadow Brook Concorso d'Italia
July 31, 2004

For the first time, the Concorso d'Italia joined the 2004 Meadow Brook Celebration. For the tifosi, various Ferrari designs met everyone's approval at this Italian car show on Saturday, and the traditional Meadow Brook Concours on Sunday.

Jerry McDermott   Jerry McDermott
Notizie
28 Modena Cento Ore Classic 2004
Emilia Romagna Region of Italy, June 19-22, 2004

From June 19 to 22, 2004, the fifth edition of the Modena Cento Ore Classic took place in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. Unquestionably, this is the most various and innovative speed and regularity event for historic cars, both from a sports and a geographic point of view.

Marcel Massini   Helmut Schnug
Notizie
30 The Baroque Boano
A Ferrari 250 GT Boano, s/n 0531 GT, sees daylight after 40 years - albeit briefly!

Many off pieces, and low production cars, have been an integral part of Ferrari history. Some became icons of their period, but the destiny of others was to be forgotten or lost. One of the latter is the 250 GT Boano, s/n 0531 GT, which has not been seen or heard of for decades. Wolfgang Seidel, the only person who certainly would have known about the Boano's whereabouts, had turned his back on the car business and later died in 1987.

Gregor Schulz   Andreas Beyer
Feature
37 Lusso
Slowly but surely becoming the classic Ferrari street car

Even though we have covered the 250 GT/L Lusso many times before in Cavallino, we must be forgiven for doing so again. In truth, we have something serious to say on the model, in the form of a very serious article on the details of one particular Lusso that has only 1,700 miles on its odometer. As such, it paints a perfect picture of what an early 1960s 250 GT is all about, and in useful detail.

Jerry Wyszatycki
Feature
40 The 1700 Mile 250 Ferrari Lusso
One of the most original 250 GT Ferraris known to exist

In preparing for the restoration of an old Ferrari, a wooden boat, a vintage airplane, a tractor or a motorcycle, the most important element is the search for originality. Good documentation of the original condition of the car will provide a road map for the restoration, like a good set of blueprints for a house, and will save countless hours of rework and frustrating errors, as the job progresses.

Parker Hall   Courtesy of Parker Hall
Feature
46 Ferrari at Monterey 2004
Beyond your wildest expectations - more great Ferraris than ever before, and all within reach

The 2004 edition of the Monterey Weekend was a veritable feast for Ferrari fans, as not only was Ferrari one of the featured marques at many of the major events, such as The Quail, Concorso Italiano, the Monterey Historics, and Pebble Beach, and many unusual Ferrari models were featured in all the major auctions, but the Ferrari Club of America Annual Meet dovetailed into the final part of the weekend, providing a further four days of Ferrari events and activity.

Keith Bluemel   Michael Gregg, David Gooley, Andreas Meiniger, David Barber, Alan Yorgason,
Feature
60 Galleria
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