|Dimensions||softcover, 64 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Journal of Ferrari HistoryCover The Ferrari 342 America Cabriolet, s/n 0234 AL, photographed at The Breakers in Florida
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.
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Junichiro Hiramatsu, Ivo Pucci, Donald J. Rose, Walt Keith, Robert N. Blair, Jim Sitz, Thomas P. Wicky
Junichiro Hiramatsu, Ivo Pucci, Donald L. Roose, Walt Keith, Courtesy Richard Merritt
Ferrari is unstoppable for now in Formule One
We live in a state of euphoria as Ferrari streamrolls the oppostion
Scuderia Ferrari Budget 2002
Scuderia Ferrari's income revealed
EuroBusiness magazine, John Swift
Ferrari GT racing begins worldwide
Full programs on both sides of the Atlantic - the major players listed
Telaio Group, Pierre Goossens, David Seibert, Keith Bluemel
A major Exhibition in Tokyo is dedicated to Ferrari and Maserati
A major event ook place in Tokyo on April 2002, with the opening of important exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, dedicated to Ferrari and Maserati.
It is not the first time that major art museums have featured the best loved and most famous car marque in the world, to show off Ferrari's artistic and cultural values.
The market as of June 1, 2002, from a survey of selected dealers
Market still uncertain, but begins to stabilize
Ferrari Factory Postcards
A short history and a long list of the famous but elusive
Almost as profuse as the number of different cars that Ferrari has produced over the last fifty years, has been the paper output from the Factory.
Apart from sales brochures, press packets, technical manuals, and owners handbooks, which are standard fare for any car manufacturer, Ferrari has also produced a plethora of other paper matter as well.
Amongst these, and one of the longest running items, going back to the very start of the company, has been an almost annual output of postcards.
A Cabriolet for a King
Ferrari 342 America Cabriolet, s/n 0234 AL
Alan Boe, Marcel Massini
Alan Boe, Courtesy Ferrari Centro Documentazione, Wilfred de Buck, Pinin Farina, Kent Olsson, Courtesy of Marcel Massini
It's no secret that production of Ferraris has always been on the light side. Small production runs are part and parcel of Ferrari's manufacturing philosophy, and in the early days some of those production runs were exceedingly small.
Take the Ferrari 342 America series built between October of 1952 and January of 1953, for example. How does six cars sound? Production runs don't get much smaller.
The Ferraris of John von Neumann
part Six - The four cams
Michael T. Lynch, David N. Seielstad
Bob Tranolone, Bruce Armstrong, Clemm Simmons
We reach the end of our tale of one of the most successful automotive sportsmen to race Ferraris in America.
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