Starting at the end of October and running into the beginning of this upcoming January is an exhibit at Museo Ferrari that's sure to make some eyes water.
That, my friends, is a showcase of Sergio Pininfarina's greatest designed Ferraris.
Considering the remarkable relationship shared between Pininfarina and Ferrari, as well as his passing this summer, this is really a tribute to the man and his team's work.
That said, if you're a HUGE Ferrari fan and appreciate anything in the design realm, you should probably book your ticket to Maranello before January 7 arrives.
But before you're off in a hurry, give it some thought: What was the best Pininfarina-designed Ferrari to grace this good Earth?
For me, it's definitely the 250 GT Short Wheelbase (SWB) California Spyder. Not even a hesitation there.
Museo Ferrari, Ferrari’s museum at its base in Maranello, is about open a new exhibition which showcases designer Sergio Pininfarina’s greatest Ferraris.
The showcase opens to the public on 27 October, and features a collection of the most significant Ferraris designed by the famous Pininfarina studio in Turin over the last 60 years.
The exhibition is spread across three halls in Museo Ferrari.