|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 72 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Journal of Ferrari HistoryCover The Ferrari 212, s/n 0143 E, looking radiant against the blue Florida sky at Mar-a-Lago
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.
Xavier de Nombel
Behold what we have for you in this issue number 144
Comments of note from your fellow readers
With Ferrari as the feature marque on the Monterey Historic races and Pebble Beach, and a fleet of GTOs rumbling across the Laurels Grade to The Quail, combined with the hordes of over-hormoned Ferrari owners at Concorso Italiano, and filling the streets of the Monterey peninsula, it was predictable that the current "hot-on-the-market" Ferrais would set new pricing standards at Monterey's multiple auctions.
Sotheby's Auction at Maranello
The ultimate Ferrari auction?
Sotheby's recently announced an all-Ferrari / Maserati auction. It's not an unusual concept, Bonhams having successfully developed the franchise in Gstaad since 1999, and the short-lived Orion all-Ferrari auctions having a star-studded history in the 1980s. Sotheby's sale, however, has several distinctive attributes, like the fact it's been held in the hallowed, and rarely seen, Ferrari Maranello premises.
Where the Ferraris can be found in 2004 and 2005
Campione del Mondo
Records fall, and fall, and fall ... it's been a great year!
Italy - September 12
China - September 26
Japan - October 10
Brazil - October 24
Ferrari heads for several Championships in GT competition
Keith Bluemel, Hugo Garritsen, David Friedman
FIA GT - Imola, Italy - September 5
FIA GT - Oschersleben, Germany - September 19
FIA GT - Dubai, UAE - October 9
ALMS - Road Atlanta - September 25
ALMS - Laguna Seca - October 16
Le Mans Endurance Series - Spa, Belgium, September 12
A time of new faces and new cars
The 2004 European season of the Ferrari Maserati Historic Challenge has some new interest
Keith Bluemel, Hugo Garritsen
Vallelunga, Italy - May 1-2
Spa Ferrari Days, Belgium - May 28-30
Nürburgring, Germany - August 6-8
Donington Park, England - September 10-12
Monza, Italy - October 27-31
Le Mans Classic, July 23-25
Your friends of Peter Auto, who do the very successful Tour Auto and Tour España, teamed up two years ago with the Automobile Club de l'Ouest, the organizers of the Le Mans 24 Hours race, to run a retrospective race for those makes and types of cars that competed there from 1923 to 1978. It was a huge success, and so a second edition was run in July of this year.
A Guide to all Ferraris produced
Plus the market as of December 1, 2004... from a survey of selected dealers
Expanded with more information, model type, s/n range, etc. Continually updated!
Xavier de Nombel
Ferrari has announced recently, at the Paris Motor Show, the new successor to the 360 Modena. It was very warmly received, because virtually it is a very lively and modern extension of the amorphous shape first introduced by Ferrari on the 360 five years ago. Over those years, the shape has become even stronger, first as a Challenge car, then as a GT and GTC racer, and finally as the Stradale.
A little Coup'e claim to fame
Alan Boe, Marcel Massini
Chassis 0143 E is one of those Touring bodied coupes (body no. 3467) stretched to fit on a 2,500 mm chassis, with styling ties to the beautiful french blue 166 MM "Le Mans" Berlinettas by Touring.
Enzo Ferrari had presented this light blue 212 Ferrari Touring Coupé to Mike Hawthorn that spring. Hawthorn continued to use his 212 on the continent in 1953.
The Cincinnati Gang
Four races in the season of 1956 - a personal memoir
Jane Earls Collection
The Cincinnati Gang was a group of six Ferrari drivers from the Ohio Valley area, active in SCCA road racing from the early fifties to the late fifties. They were Edmund P. ("Ebby") Lunken, John Quackenbush, Chuck Hassan, Howard Lively, and Jim Johnston - then also Roger Bear. The drove a variety of interesting cars, including Hassan's Bandini and Ferrari Mondial, the ex-Kimberly 4.9 (s/n 0384) and their two liter Testa Rossas.
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