Otto newsletter issue 2

January - February 2005

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

Between 2004 and 2006, Cavallino, Inc. published 9 issues of the Otto newsletter written by Ferrari expert Keith Bluemel, exploring the Ferrari 3 Series - 308, 328, 348, 355. 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 Otto newsletter issue 2, January - February 2005

Table of Contents

1Otto: Motore & Trasmissione

Keith Bluemel

The Ferrari 90 degree three liter V-8 motor/transmission assembly, as it first appeared in the 308 GT4 model in 1974, was structured on the same principles as the 65 degree V-6 motor/transmission unit used in the Dino 206/246 series of road cars, i.e. it was transversely mid-mounted with the motor forward of the rear axle line.
14Our Ferrari F355 heads West ...
Part 1

Jay Weitzel

When the publisher called and asked me to write a sort of travelogue, from the recent 2004 Annual Meet in Northern California to our adventure afterward, I decided I would view this from the perspective of our 1997 Ferrari F355 GTS.