Cavallino magazine 194

April / May 2013

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

The Journal of Ferrari History

On the cover the Ferrari 250 Europa Vignale Coupé, s/n 0313 EU Photographed at Villa d'Este 2012 Etienne Vanaret

Table of Contents

2 Ecco

Our plan for you in number 194

3 Assistenza

Some helpful information for you

6 Lettere

Letters of continuing interest, with more information on a TdF, Mas du Clos, the Tour de France 1964, and Ferrari's personal driver.

8 Louis Vuitton

The Louis Vuitton Classic Awards were presented in Paris. The 2012 Cavallino Classic Best in Show was Charles Nearburg's Ferrrari 250 GTO. The car, the owner, and the hosts were there to accept the awards from Louis Vuitton.

Cavallino Staff   Stefane Muratet
10 Ferraris in Arizona move up and those at Amelia move even higher
The Scottsdale Auctions

Yes, the Ferraris did well in Scottsdale, but the 100% sale rate for the marque, plus the prices paid overall, plus the elevation of some models to potential superstar status, was not to be believed.

Rick Carey   Rick Carey
12 A most elegant Ferrari, s/n 0313 EU
Ferrari's second Vignale Europe

For a time, the House of Vignale produced some very unique and extravagant designs on the early Ferraris. Ferrari ultimately chose to go a different route, with the more conservative designs of Pinin Farina, leaving relatively few Vignale designs extant. But this has only made these mobile sculptures more collectible. We take a look at the Ferrari 250 Europa, s/n 0313 EU, a bronze masterpiece that has been brought back to its original colors and design.

Alan Boe   Peter Singhof, Etienne Vanaret, Gregory H. Parker
25 The Palm Beach Cavallino Classic 2013
January 22-27, 2013

It was another great year, with bountiful and beautiful Ferraris everywhere, with the schedule about the same - something for everyone. A Pre-War Race was added at the track to the Cavallino Classic Competition and ten Alfas and Bugattis took part, to the delight of everyone. The variety and quality of all the automobiles at all the events was exceptional.

Cavallino Staff, David Seibert, Chris Current, Pat Current   Michael Gregg, David Brady, Peter Singhof, Jerry Wyszatycki, Chris Current
42 Retro shakes the Winter Blues
Retromobile 2013

Two exhibition halls at the Paris Expo Porte De Versailles were packed with everything automotive, from the old to the new and from the general to the arcane. Quite impossible to describe.

Arnaud Meunier   Arnaud Meunier
43 Daytona 24 Hours seeks to regain old glory ...

Six Ferrari 458 GT3 Grand-Ams came to Daytona, and did passably well. Everything chances to GT3 specs next year for all GT racing, so this race allowed Ferrari to test for the years ahead.

Keith Bluemel   Denis Tanney
46 A true Historian of the Marque
Gianni Rogliatti

Gianni Rogliatti fell in love with Ferrari when the Ferrari 125 Sport was announced, and remained faithful to the brand until his last day. A very highly respected motoring journalist, he was the quintessential Ferrari historian, so the news of his passing was naturally welcomed with great sadness.

Arnaud Blanfuney   Ferrari SpA
In Memoriam
47 A Toast to all those who added a chapter to the saga of Ferrari

These people helped to make Ferrari what is became, and they should be remembered for their myriad contributions. Giannino Marzotto, Roy Salvadori, GIanpiero Moretti, Gino Macaluso, André Simon, Franco Zagari, Annie soisbault

Arnaud Blanfuney, Ferrari SpA, Keith Bluemel, Pietro Castiglioni   Arnaud Blanfuney, Autoweek, Ferrari SpA
In Memoriam
58 A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of April 1, 2013 ... from a survey of selected dealers
Keith Bluemel, Cavallino Staff