Ferrari World:

Ferrari North America:

Enzo Ferrari: 1898 Ů 1988

Ferrari Club of America
P. O. Box 720597
Atlanta, GA 30358
Tel./Fax: 1-800-328-0444

Ferrari Club of America: Southwest Region,
Murray Cogan, Regional director:

Dealerships :

Ferrari Beverly Hills
9372 Wilshire Boulevard,
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Sales: (800) 721-8638 Email:
Web site:

Ferrari of Orange County
1425 W. Baker Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

The Auto Gallery
21301 Ventura Blvd.
Calabasas, CA 91302
Sales: (866) 938-0768
Service: (866) 415-1457
General : (866) 939-2017

Exotic Car Rentals:


Maserati USA:


The Auto Gallery
24050 W. Ventura Blvd.
Calabasas, CA
Tel.: (888) 373-7124

Maserati Beverly Hills
9372 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Sales: (800) 721-8643

Ferrari and Maserati of Newport Beach
1000 Pacific Coast Hwy
Newport Beach, 92663
Toll Free: (866) 567-8445
Tel: (949) 646-6900

Maserati of Orange County
1425 W. Baker St
Costa Mesa CA 92626
Tel: (866) 297-2826;(714) 662-7600

Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo Owners Club USA:

Alfa Service :

San Diego Alfa Romeo
Restoration/refurbishment and sales of Alfa Spider.

Alfa Milano Inc.
1652 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Tel: (310) 652-2404

Cammisa Alfa Romeo
1020 Carolan Avenue
Burlingame, CA 94010
Tel: (650) 340-7300
Fax: (650) -340-0489

Italian Automobile Service, Restoration, Sales:

Alfa Sport: Premium Alfa Romeo service and Mechanical restoration:

Avio Coach Craft
2245 Pontius Ave.
W. Los Angeles, CA 90064
Tel: (310) 312-1128
Fax: (310) 478-2075
(European cars, Italian spoken)

Feola Automotive Repair
6691 Indiana Ave.
Riverside, CA 909-683-5613
Tel: (909) 683-5613

German Italian Motor Car
2930 S. Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Tel: (310) 845-9772

Import Car Service
4015 N. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90065
Tel: (323) 225-6446; (323) 255-6635
Fax. (323) 222-1139

Auto service, restoration, sales, since 1981

1738 W Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90007-1119
Tel: (323) 733-4099
Fax: (323) 733-4085

Santo's Italian Car Service
8816 Amigo Ave
Northridge, CA 91324-4003
Tel: (818) 701-1614
Specializing in Italian sports and race cars.

Of related interest:

Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Tel. (323) 930-CARS

Il Museo delle Auto della Polizia di Stato
(Italian State Police Automobile Museum)
Via dell'Arcadia 20
EUR Ů Rome

Museo dell'Automobile "Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia"
(Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia Automobile Museum)
Corso Unitá d'Italia 40
10126 Torino

A Bit of History: Basso Automobile Dealership and Service Shop.
"One of Los Angeles' earliest auto dealerships, a fixture in what was once the city's Little Italy district, will live on as the new headquarters of a prominent architectural firm. Johnson Fain, the Los Angeles firm that designed such landmarks as Fox Plaza and the new MGM Tower in Century City, bought the former Basso Chrysler/Jeep dealership building just north of Chinatown on North Broadway and is converting the old showrooms and service garage into offices and design studios for about 100 employees. [÷] The property is near the original Casper de Portola encampment of 1781, which marked the city's beginning as a pueblo at a bend in the Los Angeles River. [÷] In 1923, immigrant Domenich Basso built an auto dealership at 1201 N. Broadway. It remained in business until 2003. Basso sought a more sedate living after an automobile racing career that started in 1908, when competing cars carried a driver and a mechanic. Basso rode beside "Terrible" Teddy Tetzlaff as a mechanic when he set a speed record of 142.85 mph on a Utah salt flat in 1914. He also rode with racecar driver Eddie Rickenbacker, who went on to become the top U.S. pilot in World War I. Basso gave up professional racing in 1916 after a long stay in a Kalamazoo, Mich., hospital. [÷] In the 1930s, Los Angeles officials moved residents of Chinatown into much of what had been Little Italy to make way for construction of Union Station on Alameda Street. Basso's dealership continued to prosper, selling Essex, DeSoto and Plymouth automobiles, among others. Basso hired his future son-in-law, Joe Boccalero, in 1941. [÷] When Basso died in 1963, Boccalero took over the running of the dealership that was left to his wife, Alberta, and sister-in-law, Alma Connolly. For years, Boccalero displayed in a window facing Broadway an olive drab World War II Jeep that he rescued from a ditch on Santa Catalina Island long after it had been used in the filming of the 1949 World War II movie "Sands of Iwo Jima," starring John Wayne. [÷]" (From: "California: Architects Find Old Car Dealership Is Their Style; Johnson Fain will relocate offices to the former Basso Chrysler/ Jeep facility on North Broadway," by Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times, Mar 27, 2004, pg. C.2)