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    I'm pretty sure I built a 1:24 scale model of this car when I was a kid.

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    Apologies for the blurriness.

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    I quite enjoyed this diorama celebrating the old Spa pits.

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    I was really surprised to see this incredibly rare mid-engined Bizzarrini included as part of the display.

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    Steve, you have inspired me to add this to my bucket list. I thought I'd already knocked off 99% of the items on it. What else is left?

    Monterey/Laguna Seca and driving an old type double decker bus! Great stuff and many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERC View Post
    Steve, you have inspired me to add this to my bucket list. I thought I'd already knocked off 99% of the items on it. What else is left?

    Monterey/Laguna Seca and driving an old type double decker bus! Great stuff and many thanks.
    Yes I was surprised by the quality of this museum Ray. I wasn't really planning to go, but we were staying relatively close, and I wanted to see the buildings and local architecture as much as the museum itself.

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    This custom Bugatti, based on a pre-war Type 57 chassis, was one of the more interesting cars in the collection for me. Frustratingly, it was displayed in such a way it was nearly impossible to get a good photo capturing its eccentric bodywork. The rear in particular, including the back glass, is extremely interesting. I took several photos but none really did the car justice.

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    Wooden body buck from beautiful Chrysler V8 powered Facel Vega, another manufacturer of the era to produce European GT cars with American V8 power. Facel Vega was French.

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    One of my favourite cars in the museum. I love tiny cars, and this incredible Moretti 750 Gran Sport was just the ultimate. The pics don't do its diminutive size justice. I did think I'd like to buy one, until I did a little research. One sold at RM Sotheby's a couple of years ago for US$132,000.

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    RM Link here: https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/m...linetta/380028

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