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6 Comments on "This Ferrari 365 2+2 Is A Step Into Lima Peru’s Automotive History"
I saw a Fiat 1500 Cabriolet on the streets of Lima and I though that was cool but a vintage Ferrari…..wish I knew about the museum when I was there.
You may want to check the translation on much of this video – it seemed to have come straight from Google translate and much of what he said did not make sense on the subtitles.
Otherwise an interesting video, but not a patch on last week’s story. It would have been better to just cover the museum perhaps as the car featured was incidental.
Cool story. Keeping a classic Ferrari running in the U.K. With its large network of specialists is hard enough. Keeping one in such nice condition in Peru must be a massive challenge.
He also has one the oldest known Audis. Its the purple one. Actually not officially an audi because it was one of the original manufactures ( Wanderer )represented in the four rings. This is the story of Audi officially certifying the car: http://www.audi.com.hk/hk/brand/en/vorsprung_durch_technik/content/2015/07/wanderer-in-peru.html
I was just at the museum a year ago. You would never know it was there. Me and my brother in law, who lives just down the street from the museum, were the only ones there. Just walked around the entire museum and shop. It’s a fantastic place and if you like cars at all you should check it out.
Thank goodness there are people like Mr Nicolini around to find, restore and present our motoring heritage.
Good on you sir!
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