Cavallino magazine 187

February / March 2012

  • 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 the Ferrari 375 America, s/n 0293 AL Photographed at Villa d'Este in Italy Etienne Vanaret

Table of Contents

2 Ecco
What we have in this issue number 187
3 Lettere
Letters of note from your fellow readers
10 Sergio Scaglietti 1920-2011
The Last of a Long Line of Firsts

A true craftsman in metal leaves us - one of the last original cast of characters in the drama that was post-war Ferrari.

Keith Bluemel, Michael T. Lynch, Arnaud Blanfuney, Ferrari SpA, Pietro Castiglioni   The Klemantaski Collection
29 The First Big Ferrari...
Ferrari 375 America (s/n 0293 AL)

An appreciation of the long-chassised, long-engined, long-bodied, long-everything 375 America.

Alan Boe, Marcel Massini   Etienne Vanaret, Michael Gregg
44 A respectable finish in 2011 but eyes are on 2012
Formula One

Ferrari made all the races, even after it was evident by mid-season that the F150th Italia needed more work to stay with the front-runners. Ferrari used the remaining races as test runs for ideas to be seen on the new 2012 model, due out by the time you read this.

Keith Bluemel   Paolo d'Alessio
47 To the end of the world and back
International Le Mans Series

Several of the Ferrari GTE PRO and GTE AM teams made the long haul to China, partly to clinch several ILMS titles, but also to show the flag in the relatively new and extremely profitable market for Ferrari.

Keith Bleumel   Ferrari SpA
48 Ferrari Classiche holds some surprises
A return visit to hallowed ground

Ferrari Classiche continues to attract new converts, with its prime possession of Ferrari's enviable in-house manufacturing records allied with a good supply of master craftsmen who can correct and reconstruct any old Ferrari to original factory specs.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
51 A famous race car revived and a mystery solved
Monoposto corsa Indianapolis

The original 1954 Ferrari monoposto Corsa Indianapolis, s/n 0388 brought back by Ferrari Classiche to the 1960 specification from which it left the Ferrari factory in 1960.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
56 Ralph Lauren Collection conquers Paris
L'Art de l'Automobile at Musee des Arts Decoratifs

The art of the automobile is something we all pretend to, being biased as we all are to automobiles as a passion, but has the real world now seen what we seen - that motorized vehicles have moved from simple transportation to something that now transports us?

Tony Singer   Tony Singer
65 A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of February 1, 2012 ... from a survey of selected dealers
Keith Bleumel, Cavallino Staff