It’s at the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, where the Italian carmaker has opened an exhibition called Ferrari Forever, which traces 75 years of the marque’s history.
It was on March 12, 1947 that the legendary Enzo Ferrari began the history of his brand with the 125 S. 75 years later, the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena opens its new doors. Ferrari Forever Exhibition, which will allow the public until February 17, to take a measure of the manufacturer’s care through especially the repairs and restorations carried out in the Ferrari Classiche workshop. A job that obviously depends a lot the expertise of flying horse brand technicians, highly specializedand who know in detail the secrets of Ferrari engines and the unique characteristics of each model.
Introducing “Ferrari Forever”, our new exhibition on #MuseoEnzoFerrari in Modena. 🔥
The main focus is the wonderful Department of Ferrari Classiche and its work that keeps Ferrari in their quality and timelessness.
— Musei Ferrari (@MuseiFerrari) March 12, 2022
In addition, these exhibitions emphasize historical memories, through archived collection of assembly papers for every Ferrari made since 1947. Memories that are the guarantor that all the work of Ferrari Classiche, in every respect corresponds to the original designs. The company’s sports car has not been forgotten, as evidenced by the trophy cabinet of the 250 GT, one of the most complete in the history of motor racing. The career history of the Ferrari Classiche is completed by 15 officially confirmed cars (including a unique 1959 250 GT Cabriolet) and some of them have been restored by the Department itself: a must-see show for any fan of the manufacturer and of which we publish some images in our dedicated slideshow.
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