Ferrari Club of America
Q. How do I join the Ferrari Club of America?
A. You can join either by completing the online application or by calling to request an application and faxing it to 800-328-0444.
Q. How much does it cost to join the Ferrari Club of America?
A. The annual membership dues range between $100 and $135 depending on which FCA region your State or Province is in.
Q. Can I join the FCA even though I don't own a Ferrari?
A. Absolutely! While 90% of our members own Ferraris, our only membership requirement is enthusiasm. Many first-time members join to research and locate the Ferrari of their dreams.
Q. Does my FCA membership allow me to attend events throughout the country?
A. Your national FCA membership provides access to events throughout the country. Just bring your membership card and pay any associated event fees.
Q. When does my membership renew?
A. Your membership card, mailed to you annually on yoru anniversary date, will display your renewal date. Also, you can log in to you rmember record in the Members Only protected database and check your renewal date. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to ask by calling Chris Ahlgrim (Membership Services) at 1-800-328-0444 during business hours to renew using a credit card.
Q. How do I arrange a Ferrari factory tour?
A. Factory tours can only be arranged by contacting your local authorized Ferrari dealer. They will assist you by arranging the date and time of your tour through the factory.
Q. I'm looking for a hard-to-find Ferrari part. It is quite unique and I don’t know what resources are available to me. Can you help?
A. Please start by checking with your local authorized Ferrari dealer. Since it sounds like this is an unusual part to have in stock, you can also try many of the independent sources such as Lyle Tannerwww.ferraripartsexchange.com , Partsource www.ferrariparts.com , T Rutlands www.trutlands.com, The Collection www.thecollection.com, Algar Ferrari in Philadelphia at www.algarferrari.com is also an option. You can also try www.FerrariPortal.com to research other ideas for parts vendors.
Q. I own a 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso. Is it possible to obtain past history of the car through its VIN number?
A. The club does not retain VIN information, but you could ask for help from the Ferrari Market Letter. They have a good amount of historical information on specific cars. Try www.ferrarimarketletter.com or 770-381-1993 for additional information.
Q. I'm interested in advertising in the FCA Newsletter as well as Prancing Horse. Can you please forward to me the most updated advertising/sponsorship information for these two publications?
A. Please contact Chris Ahlgrim, our Advertising Director, to find out about advertising in the News bulletin and Prancing Horse. You can reach Chris at 800-328-0444.
Q. Can you recommend a book that would explain and/or discuss the differences between the Ferrari 250 Cabriolet and the Ferrari 250 California Spyder?
A. We can’t recommend a specific book, but you might try going back to the FCA website, and clicking on Links. You should find one for the 250 Register and they might be able to help you. There are also a number of automotive book dealers who could direct you to suggested titles. Good luck!
Q. Is Honolulu a part of our Pacific Region or will I be assigned to a different region when I move?
A. Hawaii is part of the Pacific Region. The club’s Regions are illustrated on the club’s web site at this page: http://www.ferrariclubofamerica.org/index.cfm/ID/46/Map
Q. How can I view the available regalia?
A. Our online Regalia atore, available to members only, can be accessed through the Member's side of the web site. Log in, then find "Regalia" in the drop down menu. It will take you right to the online store, wehre you can find men's, women's and children's apparel and gift ideas. We also have pins, decals, stickers, books, movies and more. Our Regalia Chair, Steve Ahlgrim, can be reached atItalyCars@aol.com.
Q. I am looking for a first anniversary gift for my husband. He is an avid Ferrari fan. We are planning a trip and will be near a dealer at that time. Can you tell me more about the benefits of membership? Would I be able to reserve a time for him to test drive a car at that dealership?
A. Here is a great overview of the benefits of club membership:http://www.ferrariclubofamerica.org/index.cfm/ID/35/MemberBenefits . We are not affiliated with the Ferrari Factory or with a specific dealer and would not be able to assist with a test drive.
Q. Please send me a list of events for my Region.
A. All current events are listed on http://www.ferrariclubofamerica.org/index.cfm/ID/28/Calendar .