|Publishing||John W. Barnes, Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 48 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Ferrari 250 GTO, s/n 3589 GT
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.
Our menu for today
Some observations on Ferrari, from you, our readers
Opinions on the Ferrari Market
No doubt, the late August early gathering of the cognoscenti on the luscious Monterey Peninsula is automotive overkill at its pinnacle! God knows, it shouldn't be missed. Save on year, this is my tenth in a row! As usual, on leaving, make reservations for the following year. If you want to stay in the immediate area, you cannot book too far in advance.
Results of some recent auctions
Marcel Massini, Paul Bartoletti
Coys of Kensington Auction, Nürburgring, August 11, 1990
Rick Cole Auction, Monterey California, August 17 * 18, 1990
Christie's Auction, Pebble Beach, California, August 20, 1990
The Sportswear auction, Interlaken, Switzerland, September 15, 1990
Legende Auction, Sporting Club, Monte Carlo, September 23, 1990
New run of Testa Rossas announced
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa in quarter scale
Patrick Phillips, Len Katz
So, you want to buy a 1958 Testa Rossa, but you don't want to plunk down eight million dollars for one.
Well, Ron Philipps and his company, Jeron Quarter Classics, Ltd. has the answer. Ron and his staff have designed a Testa Rossa that is affordable, complete with working engine, transmission, drivetrain, even rack and pinion steering.
A Tale of Two Ferraris, 0108 E and 0166 ED
Doing what man is supposed to do - driving Feraris
The story of most Ferraris is usually more than just a story about the car itself - inevitably, people are involved as well. Maybe a car owner, a racing driver, or a celebrity, and that certainly is the case with the two magnificent old Ferraris featured on these pages.
The berlinetta is a Carrozzeria Touring bodied 212 Export and the spyder is the only Touring bodied bracket ever built with a 2.7 liter Ferrari V-12 engine, and the last barchetta built on the short 88 inch wheelbase chassis.
A tribute to a legendary driver
Collection Franco Zagari
Of the many great race car drivers that ever lived, Tazio Nuvolari, or "Nivola" as his fans nicknamed him, was the one that gave it all in order to win. Of him Enzo Ferrari said, "Tazio Nuvolari did not only have a unique style, but he also possessed an inimitable sublime way of life."
Ferrari 250 GTO, s/n 3589 GT, saved and restored
The "GTO in a field" brought back from certain death
We have not highlighted a 250 GTO in Cavallino for a long, long time, partly because we've covered the type over several issues already, and with only thirty nine cars, there's not much more you can say without becoming redundant after awhile.
This particular GTO, a 1962 Series I model, s/n 3589 GT, has a tale to tell, however, and so it gives us a good opportunity to review the GTO again, from an oblique point of view.
The Mystery 410, is it 1335 SA or 1387 SA
An example of the Benefits of the Study of Ferrari Trivia
Sometimes exploration of fact leads only to more mystery. Such was the case in 1981 after my husband and I purchased s/n 1335 SA, a Series III 410 Superamerica. Research on this car, and the eleven other Series III cars, was begun at the time to ascertain the history of s/n 1335, but these efforts only led to more questions and only just a few answers.
Ferrari 330 P3, s/n 0844 and Ferrari 330 P4, s/n 0858
David McKay, Mark Burrell
Two unique Ferraris came to light recently, and we thought you'd like to see more of them. One is a Factory team 330 P3, s/n 0844, and the other is a Factory team 330 P4, s/n 0858, both later converted to Can-Am spyder specification. They have been owned by the same man, old time Ferrari collector Walter Medlin, for about twenty years now, and while everyone knew he had the cars, almost no one ever saw them.
The 1990 Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance
Paul Bartoletti, Jerry McDermott
No matter what marques are honoured at this yearly event, the cars of Maranello are always popular. For the 1990 concours, the cars chosen for particular significance were the Rolls-Royce and Jaguar, yet three production and two racing Ferraris were invited for everyone to admire.
Provisional race dates for 1991
Ferraris carrying the Flag
Bryn Williams, Autosprint
Much more than racing takes place at Ferrari and in the world of Formula One, and much of it is much ado about nothing, but it's necessary to follow as it shows how the team evolves, and little things along the way portend larger changes to come.
Hungarian Grand Prix, August 12, 1990
Who will drive for Ferrari ...
Belgian Grand Prix, August 26, 1990
Italian Grand Prix, September 9, 1990
Portugese Grand Prix, September 23, 1990
Spanish Grand Prix, September 30, 1990
Other news of interest ...
Pirelli Maranello Ferrari Challenge presses on the Finish
Round six - Zolder, August 19, 1990
Round seven - Donington Park, August 26, 1990
Round eight - Castle Combe, September 15, 1990
Ferraris race in Germany
1990 Oldtimer Grand Prix, Nürburgring, Germany, August 11-12, 1990
At the 1990 Oldtimer Grand Prix and the meeting of the Ferrari Club Deutschland this year, fourteen Ferraris took part at the races. The oldest one was Jeremy Agace's 250 MM Spyder Vignale from 1953, s/n 0390 MM, the last 250 MM which was ever made.
The youngest one was Peter Heuberger's 512 M, s/n 1040, from 1970.
Update on the three liter Ferraris in IMSA Camel Light competition
Watkins Glen, July 1, 1990
Sears Point, July 15, 1990
Portland International Raceway, July 29, 1990
Road America, August 19, 1990
Buy, sell, trade, wanted, etc.
Ferraris looking for a good home
Special services for the Ferrari owner
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