The Journal of Ferrari History Cavallino 196, august/september 2013.
â€¢ Beauty Is Its Own Reward…
â€¢ In this issue we present a pristine example of a 250 GT LWB Tour de France, s/n 0903 GT.
â€¢ It raced only once and did not finish. And it spent most of its life in boxes. Is there any worth to this seemingly orphaned TdF?
â€¢ Indeed there is, because it is a true example of all that was good about the 250 GT LWB TdF â€“ speed, power, versatility, and an inherent beauty of form.
â€¢ Its quiet life recounted by Historian Alan Boe. Salon images by Jerry Wyszatycki.
â€¢ Enzo Ferrariâ€™s Signature…
â€¢ What started as an insignificant gesture â€“ the signature on any letter or document â€“ became over time the stamp that personified the man.
â€¢ The slow and seamless changes over the years are noted, as this signature reaches itâ€™s final iconic form.
â€¢ A history of the mark and its slow evolution into myth, with rare color samples, by Historian Nathan Beehl.
â€¢ Our menu for you in number 196.
â€¢ Some helpful information for you.
â€¢ Letters of remembrance â€“ TRs and Dott. Gozzi.
â€¢ RM Villa Erba auction reinforces the continued
climb of the older Ferraris. Complete sales results.
8 STORICA AUTO DA CORSA:
â€¢ Reports and race results of all the vintage and
classic Ferraris in recent historic action:
â€¢ Tour Auto â€“ Report by Arnaud Blanfuney.
â€¢ Mille Miglia â€“ Memoir from Martin Gruss.
â€¢ Mille Miglia â€“ Memoir from Jack E. Thomas.
â€¢ Spa Classic â€“ Report from Hugo Garritsen.
â€¢ Reports and entry lists of all the vintage and
classic Ferraris in recent concours action:
â€¢ Amelia Island â€“ Report from your staff.
â€¢ Villa dâ€™Este â€“ Report from Etienne Vanaret.
â€¢ Sport & Collectionâ€“Report from Olivier Bidaud.
â€¢ The Cavallino Classic â€“ Save the Dates!
58 IN MEMORIAM:
â€¢ Giulio Borsari â€“ A Ferrari Chief Mechanic.
â€¢ A poignant tribute from Arnaud Blanfuney.
â€¢ F1 season continues with ups and downs, with
another win and two also-rans. Massa stumbles.
â€¢ Reports on Spain, Monaco, and Canada by
Competition Editor Keith Bluemel.
â€¢ Ferrari 458 GT2s enter the Le Mans 24 Hours,
but class results are less than desired. Report from
on scene by Keith Bluemel.
â€¢ The 2013 GT season sees 458 GT2 and GT3
cars doing well. Overview by Keith Bluemel.
â€¢ Charts of all GT race results to date.
â€¢ Marshall Buck pays homage to the designs
of Pininfarina and Scaglietti, noting that great
aesthetics are present in any scale.
â€¢ The GT, Sport and Production Ferrari values.
â€¢ The 250 GT LWB TDF, s/n 0903 GT,
photographed at The Breakers in Palm Beach,.