|Editor||John W. Barns, Jr.|
|Dimensions||16 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.
|1||Autotelaio & carrozzeria - main European & USA versions|
The V-8 series of models started out in 1974 by using a traditional separate welded tubular chassis frame, which had been the backbone of all Ferrari road cars since the start of production in 1947, and continued with this arrangement for fifteen years until the announcement of the 348 series in 1989.
This latter series of models broke with tradition by having unitary body/chassis unit, although the engine cradle remained a tubular frame bolted to the main structure.
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