Last week I toured this remarkable Naples museum of 112 superb vehicles, most of them exquisite and perfect examples. Many of the automobiles had won major international races. A very knowledgeable college friend who has been a docent for 33 years led the tour.
Three beautiful red sports cars sit in the entrance hall, below photographs of some of the men who were luminaries in the early days of the automobile industry. The three sports cars are a 1965 Ferrari (250 LM Berlinetta GT), a 1964 Porsche (904 Carrera GTS) and a 1964 Alfa Romeo (Guila TZ).
Here is a 1952 Lancia (Aurelia B20 GT Series II), an Italian post-war automobile with numerous technical innovations, styling advances and racing successes.
More automobiles tomorrow.
I am not a car guy. I know just about nothing about cars beyond steering wheel, brakes and radio. Information about these vehicles is "borrowed" from plaques beside the cars and a valuable car-by-car description from the Revs Institute website.