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Cavallino Part 2: The Breakers

by pete on February 11, 2014

Ferrari 625/500F2 (#0210F) of 1952.

Photos by Alessandro Gerelli

Alessandro Gerelli, a native of Milan, has been submitting interesting photos and stories to VeloceToday over 10 years. He has covered most of the Mille Miglia Retros and this is his fourth time at Cavallino. He prefers to let the cars speak for themselves-Ed.

1969 Ferrari 365 GTS 2+2 built by Carrozzeria Autosport of Bachelli & Villa in Bastiglia near Modena to a design of Luigi Chinetti Junior.

The rear view of the striking Autosport 365 GT.

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Michelotti Spyder.

Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 by Drogo (#7979) Golden Car Navarro Special of 1966.

The back of the Navarro Special.

Ferrari 212 spider Vignale (#0106E).

Ferrari 212 Vignale berlinetta (#0070M).

A line of Boano Ferraris ( #0447GT, #0589GT, #0553GT).

A line of Ferrari 250 GT Lussos.

275 GT birthday celebration.

Ferrari 250TR (#0756TR).

Ferrari 500 TRC (#0672MDTR).

Ferrari Superamerica 400 (#4279SA).

Ferrari 212 spider Touring (#0136E).

Ferrari 166 SC (#161) of 1948.

The engine of Ferrari 166 SC.

Ferrari 250 Lusso special #4385 GT with a GTO nose.

Ferrari 275 GTS 4 NART spider of 1968.

Ferrari 365 BB 1975.




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wallace wyss February 12, 2014 at 11:31 am

Hey, where’s the story? The Autosport-bodied Chinetti-commissined car needs some explanation–was it a modern rebodying of a 365 or a rebodying back in the Sixties. I think there’s enough about Coco Chinetti and his projects to merit a book, but I’m not steeped enough in Ferraris to write it…

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