Flat 12 newsletter issue 1

VOLUME 1 NUMBER 1 (2004)

LanguageAmerican English language icon American English
AuthorDavid Williams
EditorJohn W. Barnes, Jr.
PublishingCavallino, Inc.
Dimensions16 pages, 206 x 276 mm

Between 2004 and 2006, Cavallino, Inc. published 9 issues of the Flat-12 newsletter written by Ferrari expert Keith Bluemel, covering the Ferrari Boxers and Testarossas. A very handy and useful reference of extensive information on chassis, bodies, interiors and engines. Information on service, maintenance and repairs. Parts, restorations, and more. Complete specs, type numbers, chassis number ranges, etc.

Cover of Flat 12 newsletter issue 1, VOLUME 1 NUMBER 1 (2004)

Table of Contents

Publisher's Introduction

John W. Barnes, Jr.

At Cavallino magazine, we have always saved a special place for the flat-12 Ferrari. They have been. In their time, the perfect embodiment of what many consider the upper range of Ferrari's production line-up, that is, where power is the ultimate, where looks are extreme, and where costs are not spared.
Flat-12 Introduction & Survey of Models

Keith Bluemel

The first Ferrari to be fitted with an 180 degree V-12, or more simply a flat-12, engine, was the 1.5 liter F1 car in 1964, whose sister model fitted with the 1.5 liter 90 degree V-8 engine powered John Surtees to the F1 Drivers' Championship and Ferrari to the Constructors' title that year.