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Third Ferrari Club of America meeting at Bernie
Morgan's home in Indianapolis, IN - 1966
(Original black & white photograph provided by Jack Reuter.)
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In 1957 I was working for Wacky Arnolt at one of his BMC dealerships in Indiana.
At the time I owned an MG-TD and had never seen a Ferrari in person. One of my
fellow workers at Arnolt's was Bob Tarwacki, and he was the one who introduced
me to the world of Ferrari cars. It was not until later that Bob finally bought
his first one, but when I met him he was already knowledgeable in the elusive
details of these rare cars from Italy. In 1958, Arnolt took a 250GT Europa in on
trade on a new Aston-Martin, and it was then I had my first chance to drive one
of the cars from Maranello. I can't remember much about that drive, but I will
never forget the sounds of the V12 engine on that day. Bob went on to own many
Ferraris over the next several years, and always gave me a turn behind the wheel
of each of his cars. Bob ended up being one of about a dozen enthusiasts from
Illinois, Michigan, and Indiana who formed the Ferrari Club of America. In 1966
I attended the Ferrari Club of America annual meeting which was held at Bernie
Morgan's house in Indianapolis. It was my opportunity to look over 25 different
cars, all in one place! Quite a turnout from a club that only had 50 members. It
appeared all of the cars were driven in and not a car trailer anywhere in sight.
A 250LM was driven all the way from New Orleans with the passenger holding all
the luggage in her lap, another from Florida, one from New Hampshire, and a 166
Inter Vignale from Long Island. I was only a guest that day and had to park my
Bertone bodied Arnolt-Bristol down the street. Little did I know that years
later I would be a member of the Ferrari Club of America.
(Note: Denny passed away several years ago but Dino Tracking lives on!)
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