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gorgeous Ferrari Club of America Windbreaker


Early in the 1960s, Ferrari was a little-known name in the United States. There was a small community of racers who had imported Ferraris, frequently used ones. These soon became non-competitive, and some, late in their lives, even acquired American engines. In 1961 or 1962, John Lundin, Gerry Sutterfield and Ken Hutchison were at the Elkhart Lake races with friends and saw a Ferrari Barchetta in tatty condition. Later in the day, the hood was opened, revealing that the Barchetta had a Chevrolet engine! The group agreed that something had to be done to encourage preservation and restoration of such Ferraris. Ken, John and Gerry were motivated by this experience, and soon joined with others of like mind to develop a Ferrari enthusiasts’ club.

Jack Katzen of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania wrote to Road & Track magazine, indicating his desire to join a Ferrari club, if one existed, but it developed that he did not want to undertake founding one. He did, however, write to those who responded, sending each of them a list of all respondents. The resulting awareness of other Ferrari enthusiasts helped make possible the gathering of potential club organizers and members.


The Ferrari Owners’ Club in California (FOC/CA) predated the Ferrari Club of America (FCA), but was considered by mid-westerners to be a local (Los Angeles area) club. FCA folklore later said also that the FOC/CA went inactive for a while in its early years, and then restarted after the FCA. Larry Nicklin and Dick Merritt had met in Detroit around 1957, at a picnic/reunion of Art Center College graduates, held at General Motors. John Delamater also knew Dick, and these three soon became acquainted, and would share information on Ferraris and their frequent travels from owner to owner.

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vintage Patches Ferrari Club America, American Flag and a big Firestone patch on the Back

* Colour Ferrari Red

unique large embroidery on the back

* 100% Nylon material

* not lined

 SIZE: Tag Size = Mens L ( XL in Europa )

Actual measurements taken flat on the outside:

* Chest = 24,5 ” Zoll ( 60 cm)

* Shoulder to Shoulder = 20 ” Zoll ( 52 cm )

* Back bottom of neck collar to bottom hem = 25″ Zoll ( 75 cm )

ITEM CONDITION: Vintage Deadstock New Old Stock 
Please see description, condition definitions, photos and measurements for your desired condition and fit
All vintage items are sold as is.  Most of these Jackets are well over 30 years old.  The wear, torque, fading, holes, stains, etc. are what make these items special.
The chest and length measurements are the best way to determine fit.  Please note the XS, S, M, L, XL size measurements for each item are an estimate.The jackets are vintage so quite wide cut .
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vintage Patches Ferrari Club America, American Flag and a big Firestone patch on the Back

* Farbe Ferrari Rot


ein zigartige vintage Stickerei auf dem Rücken

einzigartige große Stickerei auf dem Rücken

* 100% Nylon-Material

* ungefüttert

GRÖSSE: Tag Größe = Mens L  ( XL in Europa )

Tatsächliche Maße flach auf der Außenseite gemessen:

* Brustkorb = 24,5 ” Zoll (60 cm )

* Schulter zu Schulter = 20 ” Zoll ( 52 cm )

* Hinten unten am Kragen bis zum unteren Saum = 25″ Zoll ( 75 cm )

ITEM CONDITION: some items are Vintage Deadstock or New Old Stock Bitte beachten Sie die Beschreibung, Zustandsdefinitionen, Fotos und Maße für Ihren gewünschten Zustand und Passform
 Alle Vintage-Artikel werden verkauft wie sie sind. Die meisten dieser Jacken sind weit über 40 Jahre alt. Die Abnutzungen, Ausbleichungen, Löcher, Flecken, etc. sind das, was diese Artikel besonders macht.
Die Brust und Länge Messungen sind der beste Weg, um zu bestimmen ob die Jacke passt. Bitte beachten Sie die XS, S, M, L, XL Größe Messungen für jeden Artikel sind eine Schätzung. Die Jacken sind Vintage so sehr weit geschnitten.
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