|Editor||Stanley Nowak (dec.)|
|Publishing||John W. Barnes Jr., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 56 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Ferrari 250 GT, s/n 0393 GT
Cover Ferrari 348 Zagato
R. Carrer, courtesy of AutoCapital
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 thoughts from some of your fellow enthusiasts plus additions and corrections
The market today and results of some recent auctions
Spa Francorchamps brings out racing Ferraris
Ferrari History in Essex, England
Ferrari gather at the Matsuda Collection and other Japanese events
Junichiro Hiramatsu, Michitake Isobe
New models from Ferrari nearing final form
Auto Motor und Sport
Grand Prix relics displayed in Germany
Formule Ferraris at the CMT Show, Stuttgart
Phil Hill presents art print to Wisconsin
Canadian Ferraris spend a Day at the Deerhurst Inn
Steve Kastner, Michael Lionetto
FCA Annual Meet comes up a winner in Virginia
It was wet and cold, but the Ferraris shone
1991 Mille Miglia
It rained during this year's Mille Miglia, and there was no escaping it. A weather front was stalled over central Europe and most of central and southern Europe were shrouded in cold and wet for a good week before and after the event. Most everyone's efforts were directed at keeping warm and ry and keeping the moisture out of the electrics.
Una Berlinetta Speciale, The Dubonnet Ferrari
A look at 250 GT, s/n 0393 GT
Berlinetta. A word bandied about somewhat more casually today than it was in the 1950s. In the Italian, a berlinetta is a lightweight, agile, fast, two passenger, fixed roof gran turismo automobile. But try to find a precise definition of the word in anything but the most detailed Italian dictionary, and you'll come up empty handed.
Ferrari by Zagato! The Duo reunited.
A 348 receives a special "laying on of hands"
R. Carrer - courtesy of AutoCapital
One of the most famous "atelier" that is still alive today is Zagato, a small company which has kept working in the same style of the "good old days" when they customized car for Maranello. At this time, Zagato decided to "soup-up" a Ferrari 348, in a matter that only a craftsman can.
Peter Collins and the Myth of Monza!
What really happened that day between Collins and Fangio in 1956
Michael T. Lynch
The romance of the road, the motorcar and colorful individuals runs throughout Ferrari history. Ferrari's life, and the lives of those who came under his direction, comprise the material for a thousand novels.
Therefore, it is frustrating for the serious historian to see facts twisted by lazy and uninformed journalists intent on making a good story by repeating the same misinformation over and over again.
Stabilizing the Testarossa
Some thoughts for making your Ferrari better
Dick Clark, Bill Badurski
Ferraris carrying the flag
The drama unfolds, act I, II & III
San Marino Grand Prix, April 28, 1991...
Monaco Grand Prix, May 12, 1991...
The Ferrari Team for 1991, part II
The Final Curtain...
Canadian Grand Prix, June 2, 1991...
Mexican Grand Prix, June 16, 1991...
Ferrari Power in IMSA Camel Lights Competition
Road Atlanta, GA, April 28, 1991
Lime Rock, CT, May 27, 1991...
Mid-Ohio, OH, June 2, 1991...
New Orleans, LA, June 16, 1991...
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