Cavallino magazine 199

February / March 2014

  • Language: American English American English
  • Publisher: John W. Barnes, Jr.
  • Publication: Softcover | 208 x 277 mm | 88 pages
  • Code: ISSN 0889-2504

The Journal of Ferrari History


On the cover Ferrari 275 GTB At a wonderful angle that captures its beauty from above (never neglected by Pininfarina) Peter Singhof

Table of Contents

2 Ecco

Our items for you in this number 199

3 Assistenza

Some helpful information for you

6 Lettere

Some thoughts, observations an corrections from your fellow readers and researchers.

8 Ferrari Classiche revamps to secure its new status
Classiche extends an invitation - your scribe accepts

Ferrari Classiche has become a force in the older car Ferrari market, with certification papers being a required provenance necessity for many new buyers, a testimonial to Piero Ferrari's foresight. It has recently expanded to better serve its customers and to make its records more accessible.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
Notizie
14 A visit to the expanded Museo Ferrari
Museum expands to hold its expanded treasures

The Museo Ferrari has grown from a small repository of Ferrari company memorabilia to a large panorama of Ferrari's history, and is now one of the most visited museums in all of Italy. A "must see" when you visit Maranello.

Keith Bluemel   Keith Bluemel
Notizie
23 Ferrari 275 GTB
A tribute to a legendary berlinetta with complete production listing

In 1972, Hilary Raab and I embarked upon a project to identify every Ferrari by chassis number. Through our dealings with the factory, we had come to realise that even Ferrari did not know how many of each model they had built. Since my wife, Sue, and I had recently acquired a Ferrari 275 GTB, it only made sense to focus extra research on these cars. As the years went by, we both moved on other projects and raw data was not fully analysed. Now with Cavallino's honouring of the Ferrari 275 GTBs, this is the time to sort out the cars.

Dyke Ridgley   Gildo Mantovani, Jerry Wyszatycki
Feature
52 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Specials, s/n 0425 GT
A hot house of design ideas

There were seminal cars in Ferrari's history, when new ground was broken, not only technologically but also aesthetically. This special Ferrari 250 GT incorporates a whole host of new design ideas and concepts that will be carried forward by Ferrari and Pinin Farina into a slew of later models, and successfully. In s/n 0425 GT, they were all incorporated in this one car, and instead of being a hodgepodge of disparate ideas, here they combined into a wonderful harmonious whole.

Alan Boe   Michael Gregg, Courtesy Marcel Massini, Alan Boe, Peter Singhof
Feature
66 Details history of the 250 GT Speciale PF, s/n 0425 GT
Marcel Massini
Feature
67 Ferrari in Formula One 2013

The season ends for Ferrari with disappointing results, a second in Drivers, and a third in Constructors. But a new day is dawning, with new chassis, new type engines, new bodies, and ... new hope.

Keith Bluemel   Ferrari SpA.
Corse
70 Ferrari GT Racing 2013
Ferraru GT winds up on a high note

2013 ends for GT Ferraris with much to brag about, but with two new series and new competition to look for in 2014.

Keith Bluemel   Arnaud Blanfuney
Corse
78 A guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of February 1, 2014 ... from a survey of selected dealers
Keith Bluemel, Cavallino Staff
Guida