|In this issue:
26 - 250 GTE 2+2 DULY HONORED
Yes, it’s the 60th Anniversary of this underrated but serious Ferrari model. An appreciation by historian and GTE owner Alan Boe.
34 - WHO WAS JOHN EDGAR? PART III
Ferrari owner and entrant in the ‘50s. But who was he? His story remarkable story by the best man possible, his son William Edgar.
49 - WHEN THE BB/LM WAS DEVELOPED
Making a flat-12 street car into a long distance racer was a huge undertaking. All the work here detailed by one of the men involved, Roberto Vaglietti.
61 - 348 tb ZAGATO ELABORAZIONE
Part II of this investigation into this small Zagato series, with a test drive of the prototype, by journalist Natan Tazelaar.
• 6 - ECCO - Our menu of selected items for you in this 237.
• 8 - NOTIZIE - Amelia Island Honors Sergio Scaglietti. Ferraris attending, awards & chassis numbers. Plus, Stirling Moss Remembrance by Arnaud Blanfuney. What might have been with Ferrari.
• 66 - MERCATO - Auction results from Amelia and RM online. An overview of the virus market.
• 72 - ASSISTENZA - Helpful information for you - about us, and your valued subscription.
• 00 - CAVALLINO MODERNO - CORSE - Sorry, none to report.
• COVER - The 250 GTE 2+2, s/n 2713 GT, photographed by Peter Singhof.
Every issue of Cavallino magazine contains superb photography, writing, and research, beautifully laid out and printed. We use the best photographers to shoot the current Ferraris, and we have an unrivalled archive of historical Ferrari photos. And our articles and stories on old and new Ferraris are thoroughly researched, written by acknowledged experts. Cavallino is the recognized Ferrari authority because all facts are checked and verified for accuracy.
THE CAVALLINO MAGAZINE TEAM:
Our articles and stories on old and new Ferraris are thoroughly researched, and written by acknowledged experts. Cavallino is the recognized Ferrari authority because all facts are checked and verified
for accuracy. And if we don’t know something, we’ll tell you that too.
Along with being accurate, our stories are complete. If we cover a certain model, the great Daytona, for example, we tell you everything -- the designs, the prototypes, the production run, all its mechanical specs, all the serial numbers, with technical drawings, and more.
You’ll be an expert on the model when you’re done reading.
And you can always put it away for future reference.
We go to great pains to print our photos in superb color and black and white. We digitize all photos at high dpi and we print slowly on sheet-fed presses, not web. You can see every nut and bolt clearly, and count
every spoke if you want to. We use the best photographers to shoot the current Ferraris, and we have an unrivaled archive of historical Ferrari photos. Each issue is 64-96 pages of everything on Ferrari, and only Ferrari.
Over 32 years, Cavallino has built up a very close relationship with the Ferrari Factory in Maranello, and with all the Ferrari Importers and Dealers around the world. They give us the best information for you. We have entree to all the Ferrari museums and private collections,
and also to all the back rooms at the premier Ferrari restoration and service shops. Come along with us as we visit them and see what they’re working on.
Ferraris made their name on the race tracks of the world, and still do today. We cover Ferraris competing in Formula One, GT2, LMS, ALMS, Ferrari Challenge and vintage racing around the globe. In our race results, we give model type, driver, and chassis serial number. We
document for the present, and for future reference.
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. In a recent issue, we had over 400 different numbers. This constitutes a valuable resource, for now and in the future.
In each issue, we list every Ferrari GT model and give you its current market value range based on actual sales (not asking price). We canvass dozens of dealers to find what’s been sold, and for how much.
Cavallino prints the only accurate guide to the current Ferrari market, and we indicate what’s gone up and what’s gone down. No guesswork.
Cavallino has advertisers in its pages who want to reach you. We screen them all, and Cavallino is considered the yellow pages of the Ferrari world. If you need reliable dealers in Ferrari cars, parts, service,
restorations, memorabilia, collectibles, art, books, models,
everything -- you’ll find them in Cavallino.
Once an article appears in Cavallino, our readers send us comments and we print them. Letters that add new information, correct facts, give opinions, raise objections -- you can too. It all adds to the pool of knowledge about these rare and unique automobiles.
The Ferrari world is alive and well today, with a lot happening. New street models being introduced, new race cars being built, old models being restored, rare cars being found, events being organized. We bring it all to you and keep you up to date.
With Cavallino, you really can judge a book by its cover!!