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Preservation vs. Dereliction – Your Comments Welcome!

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015

Comment By Cavallino Editor Keith Bluemel This subject has come to the fore in recent weeks with the discovery of the Baillon family collection in France, which was presented for sale as individual lots at the Artcurial Auction at Retromobile, in Paris, on 06 February 2015. With the massive...

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Californias Still Thrill – A Gem in Cavallino 205

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015

The California Spyders are still considered the ultimate open top sports car, with all the attributes for over the road traveling in style. Historian Alan Boe gives you a quick but detailed overview of how the Californias came to be, and then focuses on one particular turquoise, yes turquoise,...

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California Dreaming at Ferrari Museum

Posted by on May 29, 2014

To coincide with the recent launch of the California T at the Geneva motor show and the sixtieth anniversary of Ferrari’s presence in the USA, the Ferrari Museum in Maranello has put on a show “California Dreaming”, with a real Stars and Stripes feel to it. And one can really live the dream! It...

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Award-winning California Heads for Villa d’Este

Posted by on May 22, 2014

At this weekend’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, there will be a stunning example of a Ferrari convertible in its finest form. This 250 GT California, s/n 1203 GT, was sold new through Chinetti Motors to Harvey Schur, an eighteen-year-old resident of Scarsdale, New York, in early 1959....

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