"The Eldorado, for example, was built for the 100-mile race in Monza. At that time, the company – an ice cream manufacturer – that sponsored this Maserati project wanted an American style race car, which is how the small Eldorado cowboy logo ultimately ended up on the car. In fact, this Maserati race car was the first ever in Europe to advertise the products of a company that had nothing to do with cars."
Along the sides of the museum are exhibited more well-known production models such as the 3500 GT, Bora, Ghibli, Quattroporte or Mistral; the upper gallery also houses interesting prototypes like a Simun, which went into volume production as an indy with three ZF transmission models (S5-20, S5-325 and S5-24/3) or a Chubasco. You can even see a flange-mounted ZF transmission S4-17 there.