|Editor||John W. Barnes Jr.|
|Publishing||Cavallino Inc., ISSN 0889-2504|
|Dimensions||softcover, 56 pages, 208 x 277 mm|
The Enthusiast's Magazine of FerrariCover The Dino 206 S, s/n 012, at the Jaeger Collection
David C. Wendt
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.
Stephen Schwartz, Louis Klemantaski, Richard Freshman, Mario Laguna, John Sinkgraven, Pierre Goossens
Correspondence from your fellow enthusiasts on all manner of subjects including serial number additions and corrections, some racing history, photo caption changes, a few new cars, and some answers.
512 M, s/n 1040, The SUNOCO Ferrari
Part II - an interview with Kirk F. White, the man behind the Sunoco/Ferrari project and some great old photos of the car at Daytona in 1971
Several years ago, Ferrari historian Nathan Beehl had a chance to sit down with Kirk F. White to talk about the old blue 512 M, s/n 1040. Kirk White, along with impressario Roger Penske, was one of the main forces behind the car, a valiant attempt by a group of Americans to become legitimate privateers by entering a Ferrari in major world events.
F512 M - Testarossa reaches it's Prime
Another 512 , with an "M" for "modified" too, but twenty three years and a world, apart
In the autumn of 1994, a new version of the Ferrari 512 was introduced on the market. it is called the M version, as M stands for "Modified". Evolution never stops; therefore, even for a car which is recognized at the top for its outstanding performance and its strong personality such as the 512, the habit to apply further technical and aesthetic improvements is maintained.
The new F512 M was introduced in Europe at the Paris Auto Show and in the US at the Cavallino Ferrari Classic.
206 S, s/n 012 - The Sporting Dino
Often neglected, but always respected, this is one of the prettiest Ferraris ever made
Michael T. Lynch
David C. Wendt
There is little doubt that the 206 S is one of the most beautiful cars ever created. It is a scaled down version of the then current 330 P3 design of the large prototypes, and the reduction translated beautifully.
The overall style is credited to Piero Drogo at Carrozzeria Sports Cars in Modena, and it can be said that this design was the high water mark of Mr. Drogo's somewhat checkered career as a body designer.
Ferrari F130 previewed in an unusual manner by Ferrari
Ferrari breaks tradition and sends out pre-launch photos of the new F130
In an interesting move that has mystified everyone in the Ferrari world, the Factory public relations office recently issued a statement, along with two photos, to the press of the world, announcing the new F130 even before the F130 was officially announced!
Ferraris are launched worldwide
New Ferraris are introduced around the world in Japan, Singapore, and the Netherlands
Audouin de Forestier, Jorem Remans, Junichiro Hiramatsu
Seen at the Singapore Motor Show in late 1994 was the brand new Ferrari 456 GT 2+2 in white with black interior.
Presented by Ferrari Antwerp and Garage Francorchamps, last fall in the Netherlands was the F512 M at the golf club of Bossenstein.
Introduced in Japan in November of 1994 was the new F512 M, being unveiled at the Nagoya showroom of Cornes & Co., the importer of Ferraris into Japan.
A rare one surfaces in Australia
1952 Ferrari 195 Export Lungo, s/n 0195 EL
Audouin de Forestier
Audouin de Forestier
At the Australian Grand Prix in late 1994, Agip Motor Oils had a display of Ferraris, plus a Ferrari demonstration run on the track. One of the rarest examples was the 1952 Ferrari 195 Export Lungo, s/n 0195 EL, with a Ghia-Aigle body, rare in itself. Body is said to be based on a design by Michelotti. It was brought and driven by current owner Ray Helm.
Ferraris partake once again in the glorious Colorado Grand
September 20-24, 1994
The Colorado Grand attracts many great Ferraris each year. The sixth edition was run on September 20-24, 1994, and included twenty three "prancing horses" as part of the over eighty sports and racing cars that traveled over 1,000 miles up, down and over the magnificent Colorado Rockies.
New products released, on Ferraris, of course
Courtesy of Gunther Raupp, Courtesy of Ermano Righi
This is the eleventh year that photographer Gunther Raupp has produced a Ferrari calendar, using his string images of Ferraris in unusual poses and settings, and the 1995 edition does not disappoint.
More commemorative medals are being produced and they are becoming quite popular too.
New long distance Ferrari F333 SP debut at Fiorano
Several assaults planned on Daytona and Sebring, and possibly even Le Mans
Here are the photos of the 1995 car at Fiorano in December, 1994. No details were released at the time, but it's known that designer Tony Southgate was working on a long distance package for the model. Several new cars are being built to the new specs, and the 1994 cars will be retrofitted.
Japanese Challenge flourishes
Tsukuka Circuit, Japan - December 4, 1994
The third Challenge "warm up" race took place in Japan in December at the Tsukuba Circuit near Tokyo. Fourteen Challenge cars were present now, and the series is taking shape. In 1995, there will be five races with up to twenty 348 cars at the post.
Formula One Championship
Japan Grand Prix, November 6, 1994 - Alesi up, Berger down
Australian Grand Prix, November 13, 1994 - Berger up, Alesi down
The market as of February 1, 1995, from a survey of selected dealers
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