Competition cars from Ferrari and Maserati will go on show at the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in Italy from 15 October.
Celebrating the intense post-war rivalry between the two legends of motor sport, the display will include a Maserati 250F (a model that was driven by, among many others, Stirling Moss and Juan Manuel Fangio), a Tipo 63 Birdcage and an A6 GCS/53.
Ferrari, meanwhile, is represented in the form of a 340MM (above – one of four) and a 500 Testa Rossa Type-C.
The exhibition will run for six months. To find out more, click here.