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Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by PowerDNA, Oct 17, 2004.

  1. PowerDNA

    PowerDNA Karting

    Sep 5, 2004
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    Has anyone subscribed to the new newsletters from Cavallino, Flat-12 and Otto? Just wondering your opinions on them. Thanks
     
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  3. judge4re

    judge4re F1 World Champ

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    I find it hard to believe how much money they want to charge for them. I'd say Fchat is a better resource. I'm not going to subscribe to them...
     
  4. dm_n_stuff

    dm_n_stuff Global Moderator
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    TOO MUCH $$$$$$$$$$$$

    WAY TOO MUCH.

    I almost fell over when I saw what they want to charge for a NEWSLETTER!!! in black and white.

    One year of those = 25 years of Fchat. You decide.

    DM
     
  5. PowerDNA

    PowerDNA Karting

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    I think they are pricey too. I called Cavallino and found out Otto (covering V-8) is coming out in November and Flat-12 (covering 12s) is out in December. I ordered 1 issue (Otto) for review. I’ll post opinions once received.
     
  6. bernardo66

    bernardo66 The Crazy Cat Man
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    Ditto!!!!!
     
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  8. rob lay

    rob lay Administrator
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    I'm sure good info, but not sure it's worth the price, we'll see what everyone else says after a few issues.
     
  9. Sempre_gilles

    Sempre_gilles Formula Junior

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    Probably after a while we all find out that both magazines contain a wealth of info, and therefore are still worth the money.

    In then in a few years time the first issues will be so scarce that prices for them will go sky high.....If you want to buy nowadays an original Cavallino issue #1 or #2 you have to dig deep in your wallet...
     
  10. tuttebenne

    tuttebenne F1 Rookie

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    How much Ferrari information is available for print that they can charge so much for the newsletters and Cavallino? Either the newsletters will take content from Cavallino or vice versa so who wins?
     
  11. Sempre_gilles

    Sempre_gilles Formula Junior

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    Hmm, wondering if this is true? Cavallino is specialised in the earliest Ferrari's, most of the featured cars are from the fifties. Next to that they also run the latest news, so the current /future models are covered as well. If you look carefully at the contents, there are not many articles about the mainstream 308 or 328 series, or about the Boxer / Testarossa either since these models were replaced by newer ones. E.g., there is only one article about the 308GT4 in all those years!
     
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