What surely will be the best car show of 2014 is occurring this Sunday, October 12th. Ferrari is going big with their celebration of 60 years of being in the US in Beverly Hills. Our founder, Dick Marconi, and his grandson, Vincent, will be driving the museum’s 1973 Ferrari Daytona through an arrival parade, led by Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo, with a total of 100 spectacular Ferraris. On top of that, there will be a public display of 60 of the most storied and spectacular Ferraris ever assembled, plus the world premiere of a new Ferrari vehicle! A little bit of “Hollywood” will be at the event as well with the Ferrari 308 GTS from Magnum P.I., the Testarossa from Miami Vice, and Steve McQueen’s 275 GTB/4, which was delivered to the actor on the set of the movie Bullitt. Ferrari 60: Race Through The Decades, is this Sunday, October 12th, and takes place from 10 am to 5 pm on Rodeo between Wilshire and Santa Monica. Admission is free and we look forward to seeing everyone on Sunday. Follow us on Facebook, as we will have updates throughout the event. Marconi Automotive Museum and Foundation for Kids | www.marconimuseum.org | Life Is Unique and So Should Be Your Venue Marconi Automotive Museum Joins Ferrari's 60th Anniversary Beverly Hills October 12th