Ferrari’s 70th anniversary has been nothing short of the celebration that’s been expected from the Maranello Tifosi as well as those who curate the marque’s greatest hits (more in related posts) who have brought forth their finest. Joining in on the celebrations is Museu do Caramulo in Portugal, which is holding their biggest exhibition of 2017 – Ferrari: 70 years of motor passion. The exhibition is also the largest one so from Portugal dedicated to Ferrari.
While it opened back in July this year, the exhibition is on until the last day of December. For those who might have missed in the peak season months of Europe could find this the right time for a less-rushed time while being there. The museum currently holds some of the most iconic Ferrari models including the Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione, Ferrari 250 Lusso, Ferrari Daytona, the Dino, the Ferrari F40 or the Ferrari Testarossa and more.
But the stars of Portugal’s biggest Ferrari exhibition are two very special cars. The first is a 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Barchetta, with a Scaglietti bodywork which has come out of a private collection for the first time ever and is joined by a Ferrari 195 Inter Vignale from 1951 in a very rare grey and blue paint scheme.
Photos by: Joel Araújo