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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Clark View Post
    Does anyone have some tips for motor museums in Rome?

    I've googled and all I've found is one for Police cars, which actually might be quite good, but there seems precious little. Only a month to go until I finally get to Schlumpf.
    Where are you going and when? I am in Europe at the moment. Will be here until We go to England for Goodwood. Do a PM if need be.
    Dale.

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    One of my great automotive passions; Micro cars! I wish I'd been smart enough to have hoarded a bunch of them before their values went ballistic.

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    Interesting display of Ford GT40s and GTs, plus Cobra Daytona Coupe. Although the two newest GTs are real, I'm pretty certain the red GT40 is a replica. The Daytona Cobra, as impressively accurate as it is, is almost certainly a replica/continuation. There are a handful of these that have been built in recent years for for the highly popular Pre 1966 GT category in historic racing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Clark View Post
    Does anyone have some tips for motor museums in Rome?

    I've googled and all I've found is one for Police cars, which actually might be quite good, but there seems precious little. Only a month to go until I finally get to Schlumpf.
    Do you have a contact for Tony Haycock? He seems to know the whereabouts of all the museums in Europe! He is travelling there at the moment. He suggested I visit the train museum in Mulhouse while I was there. Apparently its hugely impressive, and the largest of its type in Europe. I didn't have time, but will check it out next time I'm in Mulhouse: http://www.citedutrain.com/?lang=en

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Holmes View Post
    Do you have a contact for Tony Haycock? He seems to know the whereabouts of all the museums in Europe! He is travelling there at the moment. He suggested I visit the train museum in Mulhouse while I was there. Apparently its hugely impressive, and the largest of its type in Europe. I didn't have time, but will check it out next time I'm in Mulhouse: http://www.citedutrain.com/?lang=en

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    Steve and others ; RE ; ' Do you have a contact for Tony Haycock? He seems to know the whereabouts of all the museums in Europe! He is travelling there at the moment. '

    Tony is on Facebook - should be able to connect that way, I have
    Cheers
    Roger D.

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    Thanks - yes I know Tone pretty well.

    I will PM you Dale

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    This one is about 4 or 5 hours from Rome but should not be missed. http://www.tazionuvolari.it/en/

    Once you have been to all the museums in Italy you can search out all the old airfields!
    http://www.forgottenairfields.com/italy/
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