Despite the foreign sounding name Nathan Beehl was born and bred in the Midlands area of England. Nathan’s Ferrari obsession started many years ago and found an outlet through slot car racing and building scale models.
Over the years he has built up a collection of hundreds of books, magazine articles, memorabilia, photos and brochures about all manner of Ferraris. Back in the early 1980s Nathan established what was then the world’s first and only exclusively Ferrari collector’s shop. Nathan pursues his Ferrari passion through collecting and is the author of ten Ferrari titles. NathansFerrariShop.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of Nathan Beehl's articles:
Officially Ferrari by Nathan Beehl
Issue #11 July/Aug 2020
Most of us have written them. Most of us have received them. Deltiologists love them. What are they? The humble postcard, or maybe not so humble when you learn the most expensive postcard ever sold went for $45,370.70!
Our interest, of course, is in collecting automotive themed postcards, and official Ferrari postcards are a good place to start. Notice, official Ferrari postcards. There are many hundreds, probably thousands of Ferrari postcards, but we’re going to concentrate on the cards distributed exclusively by the Ferrari factory.
Ferrari Book Review:
Observations on Ferrari 1946-1966
The King’s Eyes
It’s always a pleasure to review a book that adds to our Ferrari knowledge and doesn’t just repeat what’s been written many times.
Observations on Ferrari 1946 – 1966, by S. Scott Callan and published by Velocity Group, tells the story of the creation and first twenty years of the Ferrari company. How did Enzo Ferrari produce a competitive racing car within eighteen months of the end of World War II? Having spent the war years manufacturing machine tools, he presented the first Ferrari, the 125 S, in 1947.