Spotted in Naples, FL

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  1. fiatosca

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  2. DIGMAN52

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    That may be part of the Collier Collection. I did the Texas 1000 Rallye in 2005 with Miles Collier and his collection manager, and they brought an early 60's Ferrari that had been Enzo's personal car. At that time, they said the collection was not open to the public, but you could call to try to get a viewing.

    Here is the website.
    http://revsinstitute.org/the-collection/
     
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    I don't think that the S.II Cabriolet is part of the Collier Collection. The early 60's Ferrari mentioned is a 400 SA.
     
  4. fiatosca

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    Apparently owner is from Dayton, OH
     
  5. thecheddar

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    Was there early last year -- One of THE best car museum experiences you'll ever see. Beautifully presented and staffed by some very nice folks.

    For anyone interested, the Ferraris present were all *significantly* more rare than an SII PF Cab though, if you can believe it.
     
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