Cavallino Magazine issue 127

February / March 2002

Language American English language icon American English
Publishing Cavallino Inc.
Dimensions softcover, 64 pages, 208 x 277 mm

American English language icon Cover The Ferrari 250 LM, s/n 6313, photographed in Europe

Keith G. Bluemel

The Journal of Ferrari History

Cavallino is the journal of Ferrari history, covering Ferraris old and new for over 40 years. It's the most reliable, most trusted source of everything Ferrari. Ever since the first issue in 1978 Cavallino presents extensive stories and detailed information from knowledgeable experts and enthusiasts who share the passion for Ferrari. All Ferraris are unique, and each one has its own chassis serial number. This is how the Ferrari world keeps track of all the great cars. Cavallino is the only publication that prints the serial number for every Ferrari mentioned in our stories, articles, and race results.

Cover of Cavallino Magazine issue 127, February / March 2002

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
2 Ecco Ecco
Our menu this issue
4 Lettere Lettere
Your comments see the light of day

Alexis Callier, Jess Pourret, Marcel Massini, Keith Bluemel, Peter Everingham, George Amherst, Alan Boe, Herve Moreau, Dave Wexall

Alexis Callier, Andreas Meiniger, Herve Moreau

7 Lettere More Ferrari GT Victories
Ferrari est Champion!

Arnaud Blanfuney

Arnaud Blanfuney

The last round of the FFSA-GT French Championship has taken place on the Ledenon circuit.
14 Notizie Official Ferrari Calendars published
The work of well known photographer Gunther Raupp
15 Notizie An Art form given new respect
The work of well known artist Terzo Dalia
17 Notizie So ugly it's beautiful
The new "F60" ?
This "F60" has been all over the internet, as different people post their own spy photos, or scan them from magazines which had their own spy photos. This thing has been described as butt-ugly, and is now known as the Ferrari Buttmobile.
17 Notizie Ferrari 550 Evo ?

Lars Theunissen

Seen around the factory for several months now, the Ferrari 550 Evo with the much larger section between the front wheels and the windshield.
21 Mercato Mercato
The market as of Februari 1, 2002, from a survey of selected dealers
Don't shoot the messenger.
24 Feature 2+2+2+2...
An appreciation of the 250 GTE 2+2 with two examples to compare and contrast. (They are V-12s, you realize.)

Alan Boe

Alan Boe, William Domm

Back in the 1960s, Ferrari GTE's rolled out of the Maranello Factory at the rate of better than one per workday for nearly three years until 955 examples had been completed and sold.
30 Feature The Len Miller connection ...
Ferrari 250 GTE Register
An additional benefit of GTE ownership is the 250 GTE register maintained by Len Miller. GTE Owners and non-owners alike are welcome to sign up.
32 Feature Mistaken identity finally solved
The shared life of two Francorchamps LMs sorted out

Keith G. Bluemel

Keith G. Bluemel, Courtesy of FF Galleria

Looking absolutely smashing in this Belgian Yellow livery, the Ferrari 250 LM, s/n 6313, appears to be the second place finisher at the 1965 Le Mans Classic.
38 Feature The Von Neumann Ferrari, part Four
The 625 TRCs

Michael T. Lynch, David N. Seielstad

Sports Car Journal, Jim Sitz, Allen Kuhn

The detailed history gathers steam, and more is presented on the man and his Ferraris in the 1950s.
46 Galleria Galleria
Some products of interest, from people who want to reach you and do some business.