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  • Taras Odulak

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    That's a finished basement.... If that were my home, I think I would move downstairs.

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  • Derek Jarman

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    Just added another stop on my trip to Italy . Can't wait to see this collection!

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  • Andrew TheBoss

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    Don't miss www.museonicolis.com in Villafranca di Verona.
    This is one of my favorite museums.
    Inside you can find the really FIRST engine.
    Yes, the inventor of the first Engine was Italian, some months before the Germans.
    Don't miss near nicolis museum some vineries (like this http://www.bonazzivalpolicellawine.it/ita/photogallery.htm) and Borghetto di Vallegio sul Mincio..
    Don't hesitate to ask me more destinations.
    Take a look also on castellidelducato.it.

    Take more than a week to visit Italy. There is a lot to see... Ciao

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  • Paul Varjak

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    What a great hidden treasure trove. Thanks.

    One thing though, why does Petrolicious seem to disable the back function on Firefox? Not a big deal; but odd.

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  • Josh Clason

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    It shouldn't. We will take a look into it.

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  • Paul Steel

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    Wow, what a collection, can't believe I didn't know about this, I feel another trip to Bologna coming, great food and cars :)

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  • Jeff H

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    I tried to visit this collection a few years ago while in Maranello. There were no responses to my inquiries. I'm not sure why I felt I was important enough lol. I went to the Panini museum instead...

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  • Guest (Marcel Jöris)

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    We were here during the Mille Miglia this year. First we had to go to Righini Demolicione. That's the scrap yard you were referring to. And it still is a scrap yard. Although when looking well you still can find some very nice cars for sale there. Then on to the castle. WOW !! What a collection!! This is heaven for a fan of Italian cars. Some restored, but most in original shape, well preserved, which makes it even more special. An absolute must see !!!

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  • Jeff Swain

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    A group of us just visited this pas May after the Mille - we were saddened as we felt there was a moldy odor emanating from within the building and many of the cars appeared to be just rotting away and not used/being protected from humidity.

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  • Paul Steel

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    We are visiting Florence next week, plan on taking the train to Bologna and visiting the Righini collection if they respond to my email.

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