Cavallino Magazine - 45 years of Ferrari history together
Issue 257 is out now, and it brings three exclusive stories to you, for the celebration of Cavallino Magazine's 45th anniversary. The Magazine was first issued in September/October of 1978, and this special occasion calls for important news: the magazine’s website has been completely renovated.
Back to basics
Main feature: 1959 Ferrari 250 Tour de France s/n 1143 GT. A very special car sold new in Switzerland and raced in period. It spent most of its life in Europe, where it was transformed and resprayed before ending up in an American collection. Recently restored with the greatest respect for originality by the Paul Russell restoration shop, it has now been returned to its original configuration. As such, it has never been featured in a magazine before.
Enzo and Cavallino: thanks, America
This issue celebrates the 45th anniversary of Cavallino magazine, first published in September/October 1978. The cover of that issue, showing a very special piece of art featuring a prancing horse crest, is now legendary. Enzo Ferrari himself, on seeing it, asked for a color print of it to frame. But he got something more… something that was to hang over his fireplace in Fiorano for the rest of his days. A wonderful and little-known Ferrari story, finally told by an insider…
Sandra: shaping the future of history
As Chairman of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, an event she has been associated with for more than 35 years, Sandra Button heads the task of developing the future, while also preserving the tradition, of this, the most important classic car show in the world. Preservation cars? Youngtimers? Racing cars? All these topics are discussed in this unique interview.