Dino V6 engined cars on themed display. My camera at Maranello was Pentax Espio 928, 135 mm film.
Ferrari 500 Mondial Spider Pininfarina
250 Berlinetta Lusso
Pininfarina / Scaglietti
The museum gave me a hallowed-hall moment, but sitting in the café across from the museum during lunch time for the tan-coloured mechanics who came from the factory gates was a bit too much for a humble MG owner. But the pride of being there is still with me.
The impression that stayed with me was that the modern Ferraris were so large that I really could not see me having one. The early models were fine because they were built for narrower roads. Also the metal craftsmanship appealed greatly.
In 1959, the year of the Ingemar Johansson vs Floyd Paterson heavyweight match, Piero Taruffi had his book on race driver techniques published by Motor Racing Publications, London, England, "The Technique of Motor Racing". I later bought the 1966 reissue and studied intensely, trying out parts of his lessons in my much slower 1954 MG TF.
It was a connect-the-dots moment to see Piero Taruffi remembered on the museum wall.