News Bulletin - the Ferrari Club of America
1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta “Competizione” s/n 1905 GT | photo: Pawel Litwinski ©2012 courtesy of RM Auctions
JANUARY 2013 | www.ferrariclubofamerica.org
club of america
F I R S T C L A S S T R AV E L T O T H E S E 2 013 F1 R A C E S :
17 MARCH A U S T R A L I A
1 2 M AY S PA I N
2 6 M AY M O N A C O
9 JUNE C A N A D A
23 JUNE F R A N C E
3 0 J U N E G R E AT B R I TA I N
1 4 J U LY G E R M A N Y
2 8 J U LY H U N G A R Y
25 AUGUST B E L G I U M
8 S E P T E M B E R I TA L Y
1 7 N O V E M B E R U N I T E D S TAT E S
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Celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Ferrari Club of America with a
commemorative FCA watch. This beautiful chronograph, manufactured in
Switzerland by a top watchmaker to our exact specifications, uses a Valjoux 7750 movement.
Choose between our deluxe 18k gold plated stainless steel case or the top of the line edition
with a case of solid 18k gold. The deluxe version is limited to just 250 copies. The
ultra exclusive solid gold version is limited to just six examples. Both models
feature a luxurious black leather wrist band with contrasting red stitching.
Each individually serial numbered chronograph will arrive in its own
presentation case with an owner’s manual, a one-year warranty,
and an extra brown alligator wrist band. The price, including
shipping, is $1,299 for the deluxe 18k gold plated model
or $10,500 for the solid 18k gold version.
Our ordering deadline has been extended until August 2013. Production will
commence once we have sufficient orders. Full payment, required in advance,
will be held in an escrow account and, should we not receive sufficient orders,
your money will be refunded. Payment may be made only by check or money
order payable to Ferrari Club of America and mailed to Theresa
Gilpatrick, FCA Executive Director at P.O. Box 371798, Denver, CO 80237.
Questions may be directed to 415-221-6682 or [email protected]
Sure to sell out so order now. First come, first served.
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THIS YEAR WHEN YOUR SPOUSE ASKS YOU FOR A GIFT CLUE, BE READY TO HAND OVER THIS
PAGE! NO MEMBERSHIP NUMBER OR PASSWORD NEEDED, YOUR FAVORITE LOVED ONE NEED
ONLY CALL THERESA GILPATRICK AT (720) 328-2856 AND SHE’LL MAKE SURE THIS FABULOUS FCA
MODEL CAR GETS TUCKED INTO YOUR STOCKING IN TIME FOR A TRULY HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
$80 + SHIPPING
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FCA REGIONAL ACTION
CANADA EAST REGION
for dinner at a new and exciting venue, keeping the Italian spirit alive.
More details to follow. Info: Larry Pacht, e-mail: [email protected]
Nov 9. Children’s Aid Society Dinner & Dance. *not an FCA event*
OTTAWA CHAPTER / C ANADA E AST R EGION /
WWW. FCAOTTAWA . COM
NB, NF, NS, ON, PEI, QC - www.fcacanadaeast.org
Chapter President: Jody Meunier (613)938-7383, e-mail: [email protected]
Regional Director: Dan O’Toole (416)777-6305, e-mail: [email protected]
Feb 16. Enzo’s Birthday Dinner.
Mar 21-25. Ottawa Auto Show participation/display. *not an FCA event*
May 26-27. Spring cruise. Mont Tremblant Spring Classic.
Jun 2. Tifosi Summer Rollout. *not an FCA event*
Jun 9-17. FCA 50th Anniversary festivities.
Jun 15-17. 8th annual FCA Ferrari Festival.
Jun 22-23. Euro Car family picnic. *not an FCA event*
Jul 28-29. Summer Cruise. Mont Tremblant Legends of Motorsport.
Aug 11. Camp Quality.
Aug 18. FCA BBQ at Chris Dziekan’s house on the Madawaska River.
Aug 25. Race the Runway. *not an FCA event*
Nov 14. Chapter AGM.
Apr 20. AGM Dinner. We welcome all members of the FCA to attend this
social evening. We will enjoy a sit down dinner followed by the Regional
Directors presentation of the annual awards, upcoming events and new
announcements. Info: Paul Flynn, e-mail: [email protected]
May 11. Tech Session. Learn about what makes a Ferrari a Ferrari and the
care and maintenance that will allow you to achieve ultimate performance
and enjoyment from your car. Location to be announced soon. Info:
Lindsay Gillespie, e-mail: [email protected]
May 26. Bernacci’s Spring Drive. Start those engines, and join us for the
inaugural drive of the season! Our mid-morning drive kicks off our day,
culminating in a culinary delight. An opportunity to reconnect with fellow members on the road. Info: Rob & Carol Bernacci, e-mail: rob2kids
Jun 12-16. Ottawa Ferrari Festival “Road Trip.” Join Toronto area members as we convoy to Ottawa for a weekend of adventure with our friends
in Ottawa for the FCA Ferrari Festival. This is an opportunity to experience
track time at Calabogie and participate in the festival activities in and
around Ottawa. Info: Dan O’Toole, e-mail: [email protected]
Jul 11-14. 50th Anniversary Weekend. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of
the FCA when the 599 Relay Car comes to our region for a weekend of festivities, including the annual concours. A series of opportunities will be
organized over the 4 days to give the members a cause for celebration.
Info: Paul Flynn, e-mail: [email protected]
Jul 14. Annual Regional Concours. Join us for a fun, casual “People’s
Choice” voting as we celebrate this year;s concours in conjunction with
the visit of the 50th Anniversary 599 Relay Car. Special ‘guest’ cars will be
on site representing Scuderia Ferrari’s finest examples. Info: Bob & Vicki
Reid (905)722-6662, e-mail: [email protected]
Jul 29-Aug 5. National Meet & 50th Anniversary at Elkhart Lake. Once
again, FCA Canada East expects to be one of the top attending regions
with an organized trailer and 2-day convoy planned to Elkhart Lake. Info:
Dan O’Toole, e-mail: [email protected]
Aug 16-18. Rodney’s Weekend. As in previous years we are planning to
visit places of local or historic interest in Ontario (or possibly upper NY
state or Quebec), driving mainly on scenic routes, and with a focus on
relaxation, and the opportunity to socialize with other FCA members.
Details to follow. Info: Rodney Ellis (416)966-8897.
Aug 24-25. Marques d’Elegance Exotic Car Weekend. Saturday Street Fest
in Burlington. Sunday’s Concours at the beautiful Paletta Mansion on Lake
Ontario includes awards, gourmet breakfast and lunch for drivers at the
Private Paddock Club in the mansion, art/film exhibits, private wine tasting and exotic boat display. Info: marquesdelegance.ca. *not an FCA event*
Sep 8. Shad’s Summer Run. Join us for a super day exploring the curvy
roads of Caledon and Halton Hills north of the city. Departure point will
be close to King City with the drive broken into two parts. Following our
rest stop, we continue on to our final destination for a delicious meal.
Info: Brad & Angie Shaddick, e-mail: [email protected]
Sep 22. Equestrian Show & Drive. Join us for The Canadian Show Jumping
Tournament, Caledon, Equestrian Park. Enjoy a picturesque drive through
King Township and Caledon ending with lunch and beverages. Ferraris will
be on display for the public with security. Info: Linda Pabst, e-mail:
[email protected] *not an FCA event*
Sep 29. Europa Rally. Traditionally an informal, “non-mathematical” funoriented rally in and around the Toronto area. It’s set up so that any member can enter, no calculator or slide rule is required. All you need is a pencil, car, driver and navigator. The entire rally is spent on paved roadways,
and all clues are visible from inside the car. (If you’re paying attention).
Oct 20. Wine Tour. We invite you to our Luncheon and Wine Tasting at a
winery in the Niagara area. Meet at a Tim Hortons for coffee and bagels
and head out for an exhilarating drive on back roads to a winery of choice
where you will be greeted with a selection of wines to sample followed by
a tour. Info: Ralph Shepherd, e-mail: [email protected]
Nov 2. Fall/Winter Dinner. Join Larry and Marilyn Pacht
CENTRAL STATES REGION
IL, IN, KY, MI, MO, OH - www.fcacentralstates.org
Regional Director: Pete Consolo (847)381-5555, e-mail: [email protected]
Mar 23. The 35th Annual Art, Literature & Model Expo at Continental
AutoSports, 420 E. Odgen Ave., Hinsdale, IL 60521. Info: Hugh Ruthven
(847)382-3020, e-mail: [email protected] *not an FCA event*
Apr 20. Ferraris and Coffee. Meet at 8:30am at Labriola Bakery in Oak Brook,
Meyers Road & Butterfield Road. Casually gather for coffee and breakfast
then head out for a short drive and tour one of the local shops. Info: Greg
McKibben (312)925-4263, e-mail: [email protected]
May 11. Spring Drive/Rally to Lake Geneva. The first of our three drives
leaving Barrington at 10:30am. We will tour the back roads to the Geneva
Inn for lunch from 1-3pm. Info: Hugh Ruthven (847)382-3020, e-mail:
Jun 1-2. Central States Track Event at Gingerman Raceway. Two full days
on track at Gingerman Raceway. Lunch time touring on the track both days
is perfect opportunity for non-track junkies to enjoy the track in moderation. Will have helmets available for track newbies. Info: Dan Harrison, email: ros[email protected]
Jun 30-Jul 6. 50th Anniversary Relay. There will be a party to celebrate
the 599 coming through our region and we’ll have a caravan of members
picking up the car half way from St. Louis and another caravan dropping
it off halfway to Detroit. Info: Drew Massa, e-mail: [email protected] -or- Greg McKibben, e-mail: [email protected]
Jul 12-15. The HAWK, Road America Historic Races. *not an FCA event*
Jul 30-Aug 4. The 2013 FCA International Meet, celebrating the 50th
Anniversary of the FCA, takes us to Elkhart Lake, WI and Road America for
an elegant and exciting celebration. Including our internationally recognized FCA Concours, rally, 3 days of track activities, vendor market, seminars, receptions, auction and banquet. Info: www.fca2013.org.
Aug 10. Summer Drive and Rich Harvest Farms Garage Tour. Meet at
Labriola Bakery in Oak Brook at 10:30am and rally through the country
side to Rich Harvest Farms golf club to view their 65+ car collection. Info:
Greg McKibben (312)925-4253, e-mail: [email protected]
Aug 25. Geneva Concours d’Elegance. Special FCA parking (non-judged) on
Fulton Street. To register, download “Car Club” entry at www.genevaconcours.net. To have your car judged as part of concours, submit application
on same site. Info: Neill, e-mail: [email protected] -or- Drew
(773)491-2145, e-mail: [email protected] *not an FCA event*
Sep 8. 16th Annual Ferrari Festival, The Italian Village. Chicago will close
Monroe St. from Dearborn to Clark for Ferrari-only parking. Live music, face
painting, open wine/cappuccino bars, lunch buffet. Free for FCA members,
but please buy raffle tickets for a host of great prizes. Registration is
required. Info: Neill Osgood, e-mail: [email protected]
Sep 21. Fall Drive. Meet at Continental AutoSports at 10am for coffee and
donuts then rally down the back roads to Autobahn where Team Stradale
will have us as guests in their spectacular garage then we will have an
hour of touring on the track from 12-1pm. Info: Neill Osgood, e-mail: [email protected]
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Sep 29. Coffee and Classics in East Downtown Winnetka, 9-11am, 550 block
of Lincoln, just north of Elm, and east of Green Bay. A casual Sunday gathering of classic cars held monthly from April to October. Ferrari is the featured marque. Info: Steve Stitle (630)940-8360, e-mail: [email protected], or see: www.fuelfed.wordpress.com. *not an FCA event*
Oct 6. Lake Forest Sports Cars Concours d’Elegance. Info/registration: LFSC
(847)295-6560. *not an FCA event*
AZ, So.NV - www.ferrariaz.com
Regional Director: Dave Bartlett, e-mail: [email protected]
Activities Chairman: Dino Micalizio, e-mail: [email protected]
LAS VEGAS CHAPTER / D ESERT R EGION / www.ferraricluboflasvegas.com
Chapter Director: Paul Hesselgesser, e-mail: [email protected]
Jan 12. Come join us at a Runnin’ Rebels game! The opponent is Air Force
for whats sure to be an exciting conference match up. Game time is 7pm
at the Thomas & Mack Center and you will want to come early as the game
will almost certainly be a sell out. Only a limited number of free tickets
are available! Info: Paul Hesselgesser, e-mail: [email protected]
EMPIRE STATE REGION
NY - www.empirestateregion.com
Regional Director: Roland Veit (914)949-2233, e-mail: [email protected]
Feb 10. Grand Prix Karting and Lunch at the Grand Prix NY facility, Mt. Kisco.
Info: Melissa, e-mail: [email protected] *see flier on page 7*
FL, PR - www.fcafloridaregion.com
Regional Director: Tom Barone (561)655-7979, e-mail: [email protected]
Jan 22-27. 21st Annual Cavallino Classic. A convention for Ferrari enthusiasts that sees some 400 of these remarkable cars coming to Palm Beach
Island. *not an FCA event*
Jan 24-28. Rolex 24 at Daytona and FCA track day. A not to be missed event
to kick off 2013! Info: Steve Selz, e-mail: [email protected]
Feb 2. Cars and Coffee at Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale. Special FCA 50th
Anniversary edition with car rally. Join those good folks who fix our cars,
and hopefully sell us a new ones, for a casual gathering at the dealership’s
spectacular showroom. Info: (954)493-5211. *not an FCA event*
Feb 9. 50th Anniversary Celebration at The Collection Miami. A celebration
of the FCA’s 50th Anniversary with a sunset party and car show.
NAPLES CHAPTER / F LORIDA R EGION
Chapter President: Steve Cantera, e-mail: [email protected]
Jan 10. 6pm. Miramare at Venetian Village. Join your friends at this
favored restaurant in the Village. Make your dinner reservations by calling
Miramare at 430-6273. Address is 4236 Gulf Shore Blvd., N.
Jan 31. 6pm. Evening at Osteria Tulia. Sure to be fabulous night at Osteria
Tulia, 5th Avenue’s newest restaurant. Authentic Italian specialties in a
Tuscan farmhouse décor make for a wonderful get together. The event will
be hosted by Don Ienner, owner and fellow club member. Parking will be
set aside on 5th Avenue and the lot next door to the restaurant.
Feb 7. 6pm. Cloydes at Venetian Village. It’s been a while since our club
has been back to Venetian Village. Join us for the evening at this classic
Feb 15. FCA Passione Relay Car comes to Naples. Our club takes the relay
hand-off of the specially prepared 50th Anniversary one lap of America
599 Fiorano. Selected members will meet and accept the baton and keys
to bring this specially celebrated car to Naples for our car show.
Feb 16. Cars on 5th. The 9th annual spectacular car show on beautiful 5th
Avenue in Naples. This year is the 50th Anniversary of the Ferrari Club of
America. The coast to coast relay FCA special 599 will be at the center of
our club’s biggest event of the year. Last year we had 425 cars on display
with over 30,000 spectators in attendance.
Feb 16. 7pm. “Ferrari Club of America 50 Anni di Passione” Party at the
Naples Sailing and Yacht Club. Come celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the
founding of the Ferrari Club of America Cars with our party after the show.
Don’t miss this great party and celebration!
Mar 17. 10am. Long drive to lunch. Our annual out of the way trip to
Everglades City for lunch. This is another chance to get out of town on
your stallion and stretch her legs. We meet at Sam’s Club parking lot off
of Airport Road at 10am for a 10:15 departure.
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Mar 23. 10am. A morning tour of the Collier Museum. One of the most
impressive collections in the world of important cars is housed in our little town. This is a motorhead’s dream tour. With a sporting focus on racing cars, especially Porsches, the Collier Collection is one of the most significant collections anywhere. You don’t want to miss this tour!
Apr 7. Car Show and Wine Auction at Quail West. New for our club this show
in prestigious Quail West benefitting the Multiple Sclerosis Center of
Southwest Florida. The evening will begin at 5:30 with a wine tasting and
display of the Ferraris. The event then progresses to a silent auction,
gourmet dinner, and live auction accompanied with entertainment.
Aug 16-18. Ferraris at the Biltmore. Another fabulous weekend in the
mountains of North Carolina. Featuring excellent accommodations at the
Biltmore Inn, fine dining, entertainment on the Biltmore grounds, and
spirited driving in the mountains. Our Naples Chapter will pay ½ the cost
of shipping chapter member’s car. Limited to the 1st 10 cars/members.
DE, MD, VA, WV - www.fca-mar.com or www.fca-mar.org
Regional Director: Linda Blackwood (443)822-8522, e-mail: [email protected]
Feb 24. Enzo Ferrari Birthday Party, Il Pizzico Ristorante, Rockville, MD. A
fabulous Italian luncheon will celebrate Enzo’s 115th birthday and MAR’s
40th Anniversary. Info: Bob DeMart (703)342-6852, e-mail: [email protected]
yahoo.com. *see flier on page 7*
Apr 12. FCA 50th Anniversary & Ferrari Car Reveal, FoW, Dulles, VA. An
exclusive event to honor the 50th Anniversary of the FCA while welcoming the arrival of the 50th Anniversary Ferrari Car. Info: Ron Johnston
(703)447-3967, e-mail: [email protected]
Apr 13. Annual Spring Thaw at Reston Town Center, Reston, VA. Clyde’s at
Reston Town Center will host our annual Spring Thaw where an extraordinary collection of Ferraris and others blend with Reston’s hot gathering
place. Info: Laura Ebert (301)412-9741, e-mail: leapbaby76 @gmail.com.
Apr 27. 2nd Annual Virginia Historic Plantation Tour. A wonderful drive
and tour of two historic plantations along the famed Virginia Plantation
Highway including lunch and ferry crossing. Info: Joe Fortner (804)966
7094, e-mail: [email protected]
May 4. Radcliffe Motorcar 6th Annual Vintage Ferrari/Car Event,
Reisterstown, MD. Richard Garre and Tom Yang will have yet another great
vintage Ferrari event with tech sessions and loads of vendors. Info:
Richard Garre (410)517-1681, e-mail: [email protected]
Jun 2. Virginia Hunt Country Rally. The back roads of this prestigious and
historical area beckon for a spirited rally and a sumptuous lunch. Info:
Nathan Kacur & Jennifer Johnson (443)604-6409, e-mail: nathan_kacur
Jul 19-21. Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. Info: Dennis Gilligan (410)4372816, e-mail: [email protected]
Jul 29-Aug 5. West Virginia High Driving Tour to the FCA Annual Meet,
Elkhart Lake, WI. Caravan to Elkhart Lake and take part in the Annual
Meet. Info: Bill Ebert (703)777-5648, e-mail: [email protected]
Aug 30-Sep 1. Baltimore ALMS & Indy Car Grand Prix. Join the MAR trackside to watch these 2 premier series in the 3rd annual Baltimore street race.
Info: Randy Moss (410)274-8555, e-mail: [email protected]
Sep 15. Classics on the Green, New Kent, VA. The New Kent Winery and
Resort provides the spectacular setting for this annual multi-marque car
show east of Richmond. Info: TBD.
Sep 21-22. Virginia Grand Driving Tour. One of MAR’s classic events, this
tour explores the great byways and back roads of Virginia with an
overnight at an interesting place. Info: Doug & Phyllis Teague (540)3498768, e-mail: [email protected]
Oct 13. Mullwyck Manor Car Show & Winery, Upperville, VA. David Mullins
exquisite estate in Upperville is the starting point of this multi-marque
car show followed by a visit to a local winery. Info: David Mullins (540)
592-3115, e-mail: [email protected]
Oct 19. Rockville Car Show, Rockville, MD. Display your Ferrari at this huge
annual car show. MAR’s social is the added attraction for the members.
Info: Steve & Judy White (703)533-0386, e-mail: [email protected]
Nov 2. Maryland Fall Colors Driving Tour. MAR’s last driving event of the
year explores the byways of Maryland’s Eastern Shore with interesting
stops along the way. Info: Linda Blackwood (443)822-8522, e-mail:
[email protected] -or- Judie Willock (410)778-2315, e-mail: jwillock
Sunday, February 24, 2013, 12:00 – 4:00 pm
Il Pizzico 15209 Frederick Rd (Rte #355), Rockville, MD 20850
The first MAR get together of the year starts with honoring Enzo Ferrari’s
birthday. This year’s feature will celebrate MAR’s 40th Anniversary by honoring all of the past MAR Regional Directors. Tire kicking, storytelling, and
antipasti start at noon.
Cost: See next month’s NB, MAR website, or email BLAST. Your check is
your reservation. Please send checks, payable to FCA-MAR to Bob DeMart,
12010 Walnut Branch Road, Reston, VA 20194
For more information, contact Bob DeMart at
703.342.6852 cell, or [email protected]
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Dec 7. MAR Holiday Party, Annapolis, MD. The grand finale in MAR’s event Dec 14. Cappuccino in Kutztown. “A casual gathering of Ferrari friends.”
calendar is a fun filled, spirited party that starts the Holiday season in Info: Pietro Castiglioni (610)926-4382, e-mail: [email protected]
fine fashion. Info: Bob Blackwood, e-mail: bob.blackwood @gmail.com.
NEW ENGLAND REGION
CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT - www.fca-newengland.org
Regional Director: Sam Hallowell, e-mail: [email protected]m
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
IA, MN, ND, SD, WI
Regional Director: Stan Reeg (563)659-9260, e-mail: [email protected]
AK, ID, MT, OR, WA - www.nwrfca.org
Regional Director: Don Weidner, e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person for all Northwest Region events: [email protected]
No.CA, NV - www.ferraripacific.org
Regional Director: Tom Quigg (415)332-6930, e-mail: [email protected]
Events Coordinator/Vice President: Frank Espina, e-mail: [email protected]
PA, NJ - www.fcapennjersey.com
Regional Director: Dave North (973)831-9027, e-mail: [email protected]
Mar 2. Cappuccino in Kutztown. “A casual gathering of Ferrari friends.”
Info: Pietro Castiglioni (610)926-4382, e-mail: [email protected]
Mar 23. Spring Fever Rally. A spirited rally along the scenic back roads,
tree lined lanes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey ending with a luncheon
at the Four-Star Frenchtown Inn. Info: Dennis Hedlund (848)667-1600, email: [email protected]
Apr 13. Open House and Tech Session at Classic Coach Elizabeth, NJ. Info:
David North (973)890-2414 (days), e-mail: [email protected]
Apr 20. One Lap of North America: FCA 50th Anniversary Celebration in
Philadelphia, PA. Info: Pietro Castiglioni (610)926-4382, e-mail: [email protected]
Apr 21. One Lap of North America: FCA 50th Anniversary Celebration at
Ferrari of Central New Jersey, Edison, NJ. Info: David North (973)890-2414
(days), e-mail: [email protected]
May 19. 29th Annual Reading Ferrari Concours d’Elegance & Art, Models
and Memorabilia Show, Reading, PA. Honoring Gerald Roush. Info: Pietro
Castiglioni (610)926-4382, e-mail: [email protected]
Jun 1. Cappuccino in Kutztown. “A casual gathering of Ferrari friends.”
Info: Pietro Castiglioni (610)926-4382, e-mail: [email protected]
Jun 21-24. Le Belle Macchine d’Italia. Concours at Mount Airy Lodge and
Track Event at Pocono International Raceway, Pocono, PA Info: Joe Corbacio
(717)312-0859, e-mail: [email protected] *not an FCA event*
Jul 20-21. One Lap of North America: FCA 50th Anniversary Celebration.
Held with the Pittsburgh Vintage GP, Schenley Park, Pittsburgh. Info: Frank
Ziccarelli (412)780-5141, e-mail: [email protected]
Aug 3. Summer Sizzle Rally. A drive along the scenic back roads, rural
backdrops and through the Pinelands over costal bridges of South Jersey
ending with a luncheon. Info: Dennis Hedlund (848)667-1600, e-mail:
Sep 2. Cappuccino in Kutztown. “A casual gathering of Ferrari friends.”
Info: Pietro Castiglioni (610)926-4382, e-mail: [email protected]
Sep 14. Ferrari on the Avenue. Display of Ferrari cars held in conjunction
with the Annual West Reading Fall Festival. West Reading, PA. Info: Mike
Sassaman (610)451-6784, e-mail: [email protected]
Sep 15. Garden State Fall Festival. Florham Park, NJ. Sponsored by Classic
Coach. Info: David North (973)890-2414, e-mail: [email protected]
Sep 28-29. Cape May Getaway Weekend. Scenic drives on colorful country roads with overnight accommodations. Info: Dennis Hedlund (848)6671600, e-mail: [email protected]
Sep 23. “Ferrari as Art’” Exhibit of Significant Ferrari Automobiles. Padre
Pio Museum and Cultural Center, Barto, PA. Info: Pietro Castiglioni (610)
926-4382, e-mail: [email protected]
Oct 26. Fall Foliage Run. A drive along rural lanes, old black tops and
scenic vistas of Pennsylvania and New Jersey ending with a luncheon.
Info: Dennis Hedlund (848)667-1600, e-mail: [email protected]
Dec 7. Annual Holiday Party. Info: Dennis Hedlund (848)667-1600, e-mail:
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
CO, KS, NE, NM, UT, WY- www.fcarmr.com
Regional Director: John Babos (303)688-2937, e-mail: [email protected]
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
AR, LA, OK, TX
Regional Director: Mike Lambert (281)414-1313, e-mail: [email protected]
AL, GA, MS, NC, SC, TN - www.fca-se.com
Regional Director: Marc McConnell, e-mail: [email protected]
NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER / S OUTHEAST R EGION
Chapter Director: Jim Meek (252)916-6600, e-mail: [email protected]
Feb 23. Enzo’s Birthday Dinner. Come join us as we once again celebrate
Enzo’s birthday. Details to follow.
Apr 6. FCA 50th Anniversary 599 Relay. It is our turn to host the specially designed 599. Join us as we celebrate the 50th anniversary and get a
glimpse of this special Ferrari. Details to follow.
Apr 12-14. Charleston, SC Weekend Getaway. Join us as we venture to one
of the prettiest towns in the Southeast. If you haven’t been to Charleston
before or it has been a while, this is a place you don’t want to miss.
Historic scenery, great restaurants, shopping, night life, and old world
charm! Info: Jim Meek, e-mail: [email protected]
Jun 3-4. Virginia International Raceway Track Event. Details are coming
together but mark these dates on your calendar!
Aug 16-18. SER Mountain Getaway at the Biltmore Estates. This year’s trip
is being held at one of the premiere hotels in the region. We are going to
meet in a central location with our friends from TN, GA, SC, and AL. We
plan for this to be the premier event of our calendar and hope you’ll come
cool off with us. Info: Jim Meek, e-mail: [email protected]
Oct 5. ALMS at Virginia International. Join us track side as we cheer on
the Ferrari teams as they make another stop at VIR. Full details to follow.
Nov 17. American Grand Prix viewing at the Ingram Collection. If you
missed the event this year you don’t want to miss it again. The event was
at capacity as we watched the first ever Formula 1 race in Austin, TX on
the big screen surrounded by the fabulous Ingram Car Collection.
Dec 7. Annual Christmas Party. Details to follow.
So.CA, HI - www.fca-sw.org
Regional Director: Diane Peterson (310)804-6655, e-mail: [email protected]
SWR Board Meetings, 2nd Saturday of every month, 9am, Petersen Automotive Museum
Jan 5. First Saturday Drive. The drive departs the Glen Center in Bel Air,
2948 Beverly Glen Blvd., 9:30am, strict FCA members-only policy enforced.
Arrive early for coffee and snacks at the Glen Deli. Info: Kenny Lombino
(310)339-8657, e-mail: [email protected]
Jan 6. First Sunday Brunch at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club. Arive at 9am for
coffee with brunch served at 10am. Special member pricing at $22 each
and designated Ferrari parking. Info: Tom Brockmiller (949)716-2395, email: [email protected]
Jan 6. SuperCar Sunday sponsored by the Auto Gallery, now on every first
Sunday. Westfield Promenade, 6100 Topanga Blvd., Woodland Hills. 710:30am. Info: Mark (818)906-2678, e-mail: [email protected]
Jan 6. (every Sunday) Santa Barbara Cars & Coffee, assemble before 8am
on Coast Village Road in Monticito near the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.
Info: Monte Wilson (805)455-4076.
Jan 13. Gathering at the Glen sponsored by Ferrari of Beverly Hills.
Informal show and shine at the top of Bel Air, the Glen Center, 2948
Beverly Glen Blvd one block south of Mulholland Drive. Info: Mark Process
(818)906-2678, e-mail: [email protected]
Jan 19. Tour of Bobilieff’s shop in San Diego. Info: Tom Brockmiller (949)
716-2395, e-mail: [email protected]
Jan 20. Join Don West at the St. Honore Cafe (the umbrellas) for an informal coffee and lunch. Meet and mingle with South Bay members, noon to
2pm. 2201 Palos Verdes Drive West, Lunada Bay Palos Verdes.
Feb 2. Judging Seminar at Newport Driving Club. Learn the criteria of FCA
concour judging with a complementary lunch. Info: Tom Brockmiller (949)
716-2395, e-mail: [email protected]
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Feb 23. The Annual Ortega Run: San Juan Capistrano to Thornton Winery,
Temecula, CA. While the destination is meaningful, it is the journey that
counts. Includes a wonderful buffet lunch served by Cafe Champagne
while overlooking the vineyards from the Fountain Terrace. Exclusive
Ferrari parking. Info: Jack Curtis (949)419-5654.
Mar 3-4. Track days at Willow Springs. Info: Marshall Buck (310)8364390, e-mail: [email protected]
Mar 15. JPL Tour and dinner. An exclusive look behind the scenes of
California’s leading space exploration research center. Info: Mark Process
(818)906-2678, e-mail: [email protected]
Apr 15. Kenny’s Mystery Ride. A scenic route to an unknown destination,
includes lunch... the rest is a mystery. Info: Kenny Lombino (310)3398657, e-mail: [email protected]
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by mail or e-mail to: David Williams, 6231 Shadow Tree Lane, Lake Worth,
Florida 33463, phone (561)889-4667, e-mail: [email protected]
Classifieds for selling a Ferrari must include a serial number. The deadline for classifieds is the 8th of each month for publication in the following month’s issue. All classifieds will automatically run for two months.
F E R R A R I S F O R SA L E
F E R R A R I S WA N T E D
All Ferraris wanted 1947–1990. Any condition, any U.S. location.
Finder’s fees gladly paid. Jose Romero (281)497-1000, e-mail: [email protected] (TX).
Ferraris wanted. 246, 250, 330, 275, 365 series, all Ferraris from 1950
to 2005. Any condition, top price paid. Will pick up from anywhere in USA.
Peter Kumar (800)452-9910, e-mail: [email protected] (NY).
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1973 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 2+2. s/n 17143, Verde Pino with beige leather. These 5
speed twelve cylinder coupes are about the best value in the Ferrari world. They
are quite popular yet reasonably priced. Our car was formerly owned by a
famous foreign politician and was kept in the US for use when he was visiting
here. It has been well maintained and looks and drives excellent. Just 37,530
kms showing. $43,900.
1969 365 GT 2+2, s/n 13155. Red/black. US model. 68,000 mi. Beautiful
vintage V-12 with very nice wire wheels. Over $100,000 spent on mechanicals in 12/04 at Bob Smith Coachworks, then driven by me from TX to NC.
Books, incomplete tool bag. New tires, recent oil change and service.
$160,000. Fred (704)442-4770, e-mail: [email protected] (NC).
1978 308 GTS, s/n 26275. Manufactured for sale in Switzerland. Have all
port of entry documentation, certified by CA DMV. No catalitic converters
(still legal). Speedline wheels with Pirelli P-Zeros, Extra set of BBS wheels
with tires. Two sets of 4-point safty belts. 3rd set of tires, tools, spares,
Euro front bumper. $35,500. Joe Giannone (916)965-4539 (CA).
1979 308 GT4, s/n 15080. Red (black Boxer trim). 71,000 mi. Factory
sunroof. Recent belt service, water pump. All records since new. Upgrades
include 16” Speedline wheels, electronic ignition, Tubi. Paint is fair with
some scaling and crazing. An excellent running car. Located in Naples, FL.
$24,000. Richard (508)3641854, e-mail: [email protected] (MA).
1986 Mondial Cabriolet 3.2 QV, s/n 61415. Red/black. 31,000 mi.
Original paint, interior, both in excellent condition. New tires, new plugs,
original wheels. Car cover. All maintenance at Ferrari of Washington. All
records, always garaged, excellent condition, looks and drives great. Very
clean. $29,500. Jack (202)861-1564, e-mail: [email protected] (VA).
1987 328 GTS, s/n 69307. Red/tan. 35,307 mi. 25 year owner. CA car
very well cared for, difficult to find in such original condition. 30,000 mi.
service by Coppa Bella Motors. Replaced: belts, tensioner bearings, cam
seals, O-rings, coolant hoses from engine to radiators, inner/outer CV
joint boots. $54,000 OBO. Gil (408)234-3809, e-mail: [email protected]
1988 Mondial 3.2 QV Cabriolet, s/n 77052. Red/tan. 43,437 mi.
Multiple concours awards, very good condition, excellent maintenance
record. Upgraded exhaust. It really runs great! $35,000. Pictures available
upon request. Michael (610)405-9000, e-mail: [email protected] (PA).
2000 550 Maranello, s/n 119836. Titanium/bordeaux. 23,000 mi. 6
speed manual. Well maintained. Battery tender, excellent condition.
$79,500. John Cheek (614)436-1952 (OH).
2002 575 M Maranello F1, s/n 128107. Azzuro California/crema. 10,450
mi. Belts done in ‘06 and ‘12. 90% of clutch left. Leather shelf, red
calipers, red stitching, FHP, racing seats, Tubi exhaust. Well taken care of,
everything works. $110,000. John (703)303-0963, e-mail: [email protected]
2003 456M GTA, s/n 132380. Black/tan. 12,500 mi. Fully documented
show quality car. Sticker $239,628. Original sales brochure, shop manuals,
full 30,000 mi. service including belts, Daytona seats. 2 non-smoking owners. Flawless body, no accidents. 3 pieces of 456 GT matching luggage, extra
mats. $80,000 firm. Call (480)437-9078, e-mail: [email protected] (AZ).
2007 F430 Spider, s/n 151260. Rosso Corsa/beige. 12,500 mi. Rare 6speed, power Daytona seat, beige leather rear shelf and roll bars. carbon
fiber accents, red tach, shields, ceramic brakes, front/rear parking sensors,
tender, factory warranty on engine/transmission, new rear Pirellis. Books,
tools. $160,200. Chuck (561)845-7400, e-mail: [email protected] (FL).
2008 430 Scuderia, s/n 162097. Rossa Corsa/black. 84 mi. Silver stripe,
yellow calipers. Full leather interior: seats, headliner, inner sills, all with
red stiching. 3M film, luggage still in bubble wrap. MSRP $301,732, asking $225,000, very firm. E-mail: [email protected] (NJ).
500 Superfast (‘66) Silver/red. New York Show Car
246 GT Dino (‘72) Red/black. Drives great
246 GTS Dino (‘74) Metalic Viola/black. Just restored
308 GTS QV (‘83) Black/tan. Fresh service
Mondial Cab (‘85) Red/black. 7,000 miles. Serviced
348 tb Challenge (‘92) Red/red. Race ready
550 Maranello (‘00) Yellow/black. Fresh service
612 Scaglietti (‘05) TdF Blue/beige. 10,350 miles
Phone: (954)522-9900. Trades Welcome / Financing Available
407 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 USA
PA R T S F O R SA L E
For 330/365 GTC: Interior luggage straps in tan or black. Hand-made
English harness leather, sealed, stitched, edge finished; precisely like the
originals but with the proper leather. E.A. Singer (831)659-1551, e-mail:
[email protected] (CA).
For Dino 246 gt/gts: Original factory lug nuts for Campy wheels.
Complete set with minor scratches. $800 boxed, shipped and insured. Joe
(508)783-2134, e-mail: [email protected] (MA).
For 308 GTB/GTS/GT4: Four carburetor street and track air filter system.
E-Z to install with on special tools required. This system gives your engine
a better air flow and match vapor draw on all carburetors. The price
includes one full set of replacement filters all gaskets hoses and clamps.
Call (804)740-2104, e-mail: [email protected] (VA).
For 355: Steering wheel. New, unused, complete with airbag removed
from ‘97 car for Challenge conversion. $1,500. Joe (508)783-2134, e-mail:
[email protected] (MA).
For 355 GTS: Manual, non-electric seats from 1998 355 GTS. Black with
red stitching, nearly new condition, no scrapes, abrasions, etc. $2,500 for
both. Douglas (415)324-5796, e-mail: [email protected] (CA).
For 456/550/575: Remanufactured A/C compressor and after-market drier.
Compressor has been completely remanufactured with genuine Harrison–
Delphi parts. Most rebuilders only change seals, $1,295 on an exchange
basis (I need your old compressor and drier). Core exchange deposit will
be considered. Steven (856)354-1213, e-mail: [email protected] (NJ).
For 360: Bosch brake booster, front sway bar, windshield washer pump/
sensor/tank, SX brake caliper/disc, front hood shocks, front hood latch
with electric and cable release, two rear suspension uprights, front control arm. Best offer. E-mail: [email protected] (TX).
For F430: Ferrari factory GTC muffler and tips. Excellent condition, ready
to make your F430 sound wicked! $3,000. Cost $5,800 new. Douglas (415)
324-5796, e-mail: [email protected] (CA).
For 430 Scuderia: Set of wheels in dark gray. Excellent condition. Will fit
a 360 or Challenge Stradale. Best offer. Jon, e-mail: [email protected]
Ferrari window cranks. As used from ‘75-’86 on: all 308, 328, BB, Testarossa,
Mondial and most early models with power windows when motor is not functioning. A must to complete your tool kit. Made out of tool steal with a
swivel handle. Identical in shape and size to the original. $96 each, shipping included. Call (804)740-2104, e-mail: [email protected] (VA).
PA R T S WA N T E D
For 1989 328 GTS: Plug-in trouble light and pouch. Bob Head (408)9275205, e-mail: [email protected] (CA).
For 550/575: OEM Black floor mats in new or excellent condition.
Andrew Bass (978)314-1225, e-mail: [email protected] (MA).
Sony radio. New or almost like new, working Sony radio for a ‘98 or ‘99
F355 and 550 Ferrari. Sony model XR-C720/Ferrari unit code XR-F20 at a
reasonable price. Andrew Bass (978)314-1225 (MA).
L I T E R AT U R E F O R SA L E
Ferrari misc. Over 2,000 Ferrari-related items. Wide selection of Ferrari
original manuals, handbooks and brochures from the ‘60s forward. The
most complete selection of magazine back-issues: Cavallino, Forza,
Prancing Horse, Ferrari World, etc. Factory yearbooks. Over 150 titles of
related books. E-mail: [email protected], or see: www.albaco.com (IL).
Ferrari misc. Framed Factory silk scarf with horse’s head and international flags. Framed/signed Fangio/Maserati ad. Cavallino: #3-13, 19-20, 22-31,
33-66, 74, 82. Vintage Ferrari posters/window cards, the finest selection
on the planet! Large-scale models: Bandai 275, Hi-Speed sharknose F1 and
more. E.A. Singer (831)659-1551, e-mail: [email protected] (CA).
Ferrari magazines. Forza: 79-103, 109-116, (all 33: $125 + s/h). Ferrari
World: 8-18 (‘90-’92), (all 12: $80 + s/h). Rosso: 1, 3, 4, $20 each (all 6:
$30 + s/h). News Bulletin: 10/05-12/11, (all: $100 + s/h). Previous 4 sets as
a group, $280 + s/h. Ferrari Yearbooks: ‘89, ‘91, ‘96-’02, all in pristine condition. David (843)971-0751, e-mail: [email protected] (SC).
Ferrari original brochures. 512 BB ‘80, 512 TR, F40 ‘87, 328 GTB/S ‘8587, Mondail t ‘86, Dino 308 GT4 ‘77, 308 GTB ‘77, La Ferrari ‘86. Ask about
my Ferrari manuals list, and a list of my Ferrari models, over 50 new in
boxes. Jack (804)740-2104, e-mail: [email protected] (VA).
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L I T E R AT U R E WA N T E D
Ferrari misc. I am interested in buying entire collections of Ferrari related products: 1) Factory literature and publications, such as manuals,
handbooks, marketing literature, etc. 2) Other publications, including
books, magazines and similar. 3) Die-cast models and other small collectables. Call (630)926-5111, e-mail: [email protected] (IL).
Memorabilia and literature. Immediate buyer for important, vintage auto
related posters; marque, race/events, commemorative 1895 to late 1960’s.
Please, vintage only; happy to trade! E.A. Singer (831)659-1551, e-mail:
[email protected] (CA).
M I S C E L L A N E O U S F O R SA L E
For Mondial Cabriolet, 348, 355, 360 and 430 Spider: Tonneau covers.
Now available again, custom fabricated upon request. Covers windshield
and interior (including leather boot where applicable) for complete protection when car is left unattended. New, unused. Limited availability.
$225 + shipping. Joe (508)783-2134, e-mail: [email protected] (MA).
For 575 M Maranello: Full factory leather luggage set. Dark blue 6-piece
set custom, as-new condition. $2,250. Cost $5,000+ new. Douglas (415)
324-5796, e-mail: [email protected] (CA).
Ferrari flags. 3x5’ flags in red or black with “Ferrari”, the cavallino rampante shield, and black/white checkerboards on the sides. Made of polyester
for endurance. 2 brass grommets at the corners to attach to a flagpole, or
mount on a wall. Quality made, with brilliant sharp graphics. $24.95 + $3
S/H. Call (410)592-2962, e-mail: [email protected] (MD).
Indoor/outdoor car covers. Italian premium fabric, digitized patterns,
hand finished. Logos available. Covers in stock at special pricing: F430,
360 Modena, 360 Spider, 328, 308, all rosso. TopHat covers all glass, protects from sun/rain, water repellent, quick on/off. Electronic FloatCharger
battery maintainer (not a trickle charger). E-mail: [email protected] (TX).
Custom cavallino wheel centers for stock Ferrari wheels. Fly yellow
metal centers with sculptured 1 1/2” chrome horse. Replace the “plastic”
look with elegance, the way Ferrari wheels should be! Snap fit into all
stock Ferrari wheels using original black housing. $495/set of 4, with core
exchange, + shipping. Joe (508)783-2134, e-mail: [email protected] (MA).
Ferrari Chronographs by Girard Perregaux. Red dial chronograph on strap,
$2,900. Carbon fiber dial Scuderia Shield chronograph on bracelet, $3,500.
All prices include shipping within US. Steven Eisner (856)354-1213 (office),
(856)428-2797 (home), e-mail: [email protected] (NJ).
Large size rectangular Ferrari shield. 14” x 24” with 16” high, 3-dimensional horse in black gloss resin. Green, white and red stripes at top and
“Ferrari” at the bottom. Mounted on yellow 3/16” thick Lucite with hanger on back. Great for office or garage. $250 plus shipping. Call for photos.
George (818)625-3343 (CA).
Ferrari misc. Ferrari factory posters (F50, Ferrari Symbol, 412T2 1995 F1),
27x39”, heavy paper, $100/ea. Ferrari yellow pencils in yellow heavy cardboard cylindrical holder, $50. Two large vinyl “Pennzoil” banners, 9x3.5’.
Ferrari red pen in red metal case, $20. Other items of all types! David (843)
971-0751, e-mail: [email protected] (SC).
Scuderia shields. Discounted pricing. The shields are metal and contoured
to fit on the fender of most Ferrari models. They are exact in size, shape
and color as the OEM shields. They are 1.0 mm thick and weigh about 3
oz each. Install two ways: double stick tape or epoxy. $175 per pair + $5
postage. Guaranteed you’ll like them. Paul Bianco (561)575-6966 (FL).
2012 FCA Annual Meet photos from Palm Springs. Now available at
mainzerphoto.com, events, FCA in the various catagories. Other years back
thru ‘95 also available. Daniel, e-mail: [email protected] (OH).
2 handmade woolen afghans. One is red and one is yellow. Each is 4’ x
5.5’ with a 18” x 24” Ferrari emblem in the center. $600 each. John (828)
890-3368, e-mail: [email protected] (NC).
2013 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance/Monterey Historics Lodging.
Two of the best ocean-view suites in the finest hotel, the Highlands Inn
Carmel. 1 bedroom spa townhouse, and 1 bedroom spa suite. Both with
double jacuzzis, full kitchens, wood-burning fireplaces, full Park Hyatt
maid service. Courtney (415)299-0045, e-mail: [email protected] (CA).
M I S C E L L A N E O U S WA N T E D
Buyer for anything Ferrari related. Peter (860)350-1140, fax (860)3501140, e-mail: [email protected] (CT).
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