In honor of the Ferrari Enzo’s birthday, a museum in Modena that has the same name has set a new exhibition. Titled “Red Carpet”, the exhibition has been dedicated to the Ferrari cars that participated on the big screens and television.
In real life, Hollywood can not be imagined without them, and the museum in Modena was simply too small to accommodate all the Ferrari models together.
Ferrari models that were justifiably absent are presented in a short video while the participants are bringing visitors back through time and memories of favorite scenes. Here we have the inevitable Ferrari 308 GTS from the movie with the private detective Magnum, a white Testarossa from Miami Vice, Ferrari 512S used in Le Mans, the favored model of Sophia Loren Ferrari 375 America in Boy on a Dolphin.
A 365 GTB4 in found in legendary races such as the 24 Hours of Daytona, Steve McQueen’s Ferrari models and Merlin Monroe’s favorite, the white 250 GT Cabriolet Pininfarina.
There are also cars that were part of the lives of famous actors, check ou the video below: