There is a great article in the Canada section about Ferrari owners in Canada, published in 1971: https://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/threads/so-who-needs-a-ferrari-1971-article.633919/ Buried in a sidebar is this little anecdote about Enzo, which I found fascinating: "Last year, labor trouble wracked the Italian auto industry. When it came Enzo Ferrari's time to deal with union demands at his plants he heard them out quietly, then opened a drawer in his desk and pulled out a revolver. He slid it across the table to the union negotiators. "You know me," said Ferrari. "I do not live like an aristocrat, like a millionaire. My whole life is the car. Better you should shoot me than ask me to accept your impossible demands." The union backed off and Ferrari had a relatively trouble-free year."