“Ferrari Forever” is a rallying cry certainly worth echoing.

It has been 75 years since Enzo Ferrari started the engine of the 125 S, the first car to wear the Ferrari badge, and the beginning of the legacy of one of the automotive world’s most important names. To celebrate the anniversary, the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena is giving the public the rare opportunity to have a look inside Ferrari Classiche. Since 2006, Ferrari Classiche has been helping classic Ferrari owners maintain, preserve, and protect the heritage of their cars by offering a wide range of services.

MUST READ: Check The Spec: 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale in Giallo Modena Over Beige Tradizione

At Ferrari Classiche, Ferraris over 20 years old are authenticated, restored, and maintained with OEM parts, all thanks to access to the machines that made those original parts, as well as a Historical Archive, containing the assembly sheets of every Ferrari since the 125 S in 1947.

The Ferrari Forever exhibition features a display of over a dozen officially certified classic Ferraris, some of which have been restored by Ferrari Classiche itself. Some of the cars featured include early Ferrari coachbuilding work by Sergio Scaglietti and Pinin Farina, as well as other classic Ferraris that tell the story of the brand’s commitment to beauty, glamor and driving excellence. Ferrari Forever shows that the beauty and excellence of a Ferrari will never fade with time and that any Ferrari can become a future classic. The exhibition remains open at the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena until February 17, 2023.

All Ferraris For Sale

Source: Ferrari