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2013 Ferrari Myth CalendarPosted by John_Beltz_Snyder about 7 years, 10 months ago
The 2013 edition of Ferrari Myth features a dazzling mix of Ferraris built for the road and the track—from ultra rare classics of the 1950s and 1960s to the newest models to emerge from Maranello (A full list with details is included below). The calendar’s extra-large format—more than two feet wide and 1.6 feet tall— means that each car is displayed on scale that really does it justice. And Raupp’s carefully composed images and meticulous lighting bring out details and nuances that reward repeated viewing over the course of each month.
And this year Ferrari Myth has been enhanced with technology that allows owners to register their calendars and receive additional content online. For the first time ever, each month´s page features a small Quick Response code that you can use to view additional online images and information for the car on display. These include backstage photographs of the shooting session, and the history of each Ferrari model. These special bonus features are exclusively available to registered owners of the 2013 edition of Ferrari Myth.
With only 5,000 numbered copies issued each year, it’s no surprise that these official calendars have become prized collector’s items for the Ferrari faithful. Please note that the calendar is printed on heavy art-gloss stock and presented in a handsome Ferrari gift box that can serve as safe, protective storage in the years to come.
We are pleased to be the exclusive North American distributor of Günther Raupp’s magnificent calendars. In addition to the representative photographs seen above, we invite you to review the full twelve months of Ferraris at Günther Raupp’s Web site, www.raupp.com.
2013 Ferrari Myth Calendar—List of Cars By Month
January: 1951 340 America
The first Ferrari to carry the America name, the 340 was powered by a 4.0 liter V12 engine that delivered 220 hp for a top speed of 149 mph.
February: 2012 California
Ferrari revived the California name for the versatile 2+2 hard top convertible introduced at the 2008 Paris Motor Show. The new California is the first Ferrari with a mid-front mounted V8 engine.
March: 1954 375 MM
The 375 MM’s engine was derived from Ferrari’s F1 version, with a Spyder body from Pninfarina. The car shown, chassis #0382AM was raced by William Spear and Phil Hill at Sebring in 1954.
April: 2012 F12 Berlinetta
The new 2012 F12 Berlinetta is seen at home in Maranello. The front-mounted V12 engine delivers a stunning 740 hp and top speeds over 200 mph.
May: 1958 250 California
Aimed at the U.S. market, the 250 GT California Spyder used the same engine as Ferrari’s 250 Tour de France race car. Only 50 examples of this version were made before it was replaced with a shorter wheelbase model in 1960.
June: 1963 250 GTO
Arguably the most famous Ferrari, the Scaglietti-bodied 250 GTO won the Grand Touring World Title in 1962, 1963, and 1964. The GTO’s racing pedigree and limited production run (with only 39 examples built) have made it one of the most expensive vintage cars.
July: 1962 250 GTO
Chassis #3223 GT was the first 250 GTO built by Ferrari, and is believed to have been the car shown at the February, 1962 press conference held in Maranello to introduce the new model.
August: 2012 FF
The new FF (for “Ferrari Four”) is the company’s first production car to use four- wheel drive. The V12 engine produces 660 hp, enough to bring the four-seat car to a top speed of 208 mph.
September: 1970 512M
Seen in its original Sunoco livery, this historic 512M was driven by Mark Donohue for the Penske team in 1971, and finished third in an epic battle at the Daytona 24 Hours.
October: 1973 365 GT4 BB
Photographed on location in Krugersdorp, South Africa, this 1973 365 GT4 “Berlinetta Boxer” was designed by Pininfarina and built by Scaglietti.
November: 2012 458 Italia
Introduced in 2009, the mid-engined 458 Italia is powered by 4.5 liter V8 producing 570 hp and top speeds over 200 mph.
December: 1996 F40 GTE
This racing version of Ferrari’s famous F40 supercar competed for the Ferrari Club Italia team at Le Mans and other European circuits in 1996.