Cavallino Magazine issue 22

July / August 1984

Language American English language icon American English
Editor Stanley Nowak
Publishing John W. Barnes, Jr. Publishing
Dimensions softcover, 48 pages, 208 x 277 mm

American English language icon Cover Ferrari 512 BBi

David Edgerton


The Magazine for Ferrari Enthusiasts

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 22, July / August 1984

Table of Contents

Page Section Description
1 Ecco Ecco
2 Commento Our Menu
In this issue, we present to you the history of the Berlinetta Boxer, a car which may well become one of the all-time classic, road-going Ferraris.
We also present the second half of Stan Nowak's story of 002C, the first Ferrari.
4 Lettere Lettere
5 Additions and Corrections Additions and Corrections
8 The First Ferraris - part II
Further History of the Two Oldest Ferrari: 002C and 004C

Stan Nowak

A.F. Loyers, Stan Nowak


My own involvement with 002C and 004C began on June 11, 1949 when I first saw Briggs Cunningham's cycle-fendered Spyder Corsa, chassis and engine No. 016I. Although it did not finish that day it lead most of the way and was stopped by a cut oil line.
I had no way of knowing it was the first Ferrari to arrive in the U.S.
14 002C in Detail
A Final Look at the First Ferrari: 002C

David Edgerton


17 Feature The Berlinetta Boxer
A History and Appreciation

Mark Tippetts, David Edgerton, Pininfarina, Ferrari


Ever since it was introduced on the Pininfarina stand at the Turin Salon in 1971 as a design study and possible prototype, and later in 1973 at the Paris Salon as a pre-production model, the Ferrari Berlinetta boxer has been classed, without reservation, as one of the great "supercars" of the motoring world.
35 Feature The Three Boxers
A Comparism of the Three Main Boxer Models
36 Feature The Boxer in America
The Story of How the Boxer Came to These Shores And How the Grey Market Began
The story of the Boxer in America is really a story of Yankee ingenuity over the obstinacy of an unenlightened government, and from the beginning, the stage was set with a 'dramatis personae' of truly heroic proportions. Center stage was a new, radical vehicle that truly appealed deep down to the very heart and soul of any honest man.
39 Notizie Quarter Classics

Jeron


A fair proportion of the Ferrari enthusiasts are Ferrari model enthusiasts, and by that we mean the models you can place on the shelf in your home, not on the floor of your garage. Some of these are little more than trinkets, most are fair reproductions of the many Ferrari types, and a very few come up to the actual standards of design, detail and construction found in the full-scale, real-life examples.
40 Notizie Ferraris on Parade

Sidel Tilghman


The Ferrari club held its annual meeting at the end of June in Atlanta, and some very interesting vintage and racing Ferraris were on display.
40 Notizie News and Notes
46 Corse Where have we gone wrong?

Autosprint


Ferrari seems to be entering one of those recurring periods in racing where everything should be going great, but everything turns out wrong.
Not seriously wrong, but wrong enough to keep them from winning races.
On the surface the season looks disastrous, but in retrospect, it might well be looked upon as a season of retrenchment and recommitment.