The museum Vincenzo Florio in Cerda

Club Piloti della Targa Florio 1906-1977

A destination for many historic car meetings, the Cerda museum is not far from Floriopoli, a magic place for fans.

Antonino Catanzaro, the creator and supervisor of the Cerda museum, conveys in every word his passion for the Targa Florio. The museum is situated in an old garage that once was the headquarters of the Alfa Romeo Racing Team. It exhibits a remarkable collection of photos, mostly in black and white, as well as historical objects, trophies, books, leaflets, suits of famous pilots, catalogues, registers and so on. Thanks to skilled artisans who made large coloured plastic car models you can admire, in the Cerda museum memorable scenes of some Targa Florio editions. The most interesting object on display is the 1926 plaque “targa”, the only one which Vincenzo Florio gave to the car manufacturer Bugatti, who ranked first, second and third

The salon with exhibitions

The name of the oil Castrol can, was changed into Castrollo, because Mussolini had prohibited the sale of foreign products

The plaque made for the Bugatti, which in 1926 won the 17th Targa Florio with the pilot Meo Costantini, and ranked in second place with Ferdinando Minoia and third with Jules Goux

Cups, trophies and memories given tho the museum by the Targa Florio pilots

The megaphone that Vincenzo Florio used to "make himself heard" by the pilots, by the public, by the employees of the Targa Florio organization

The cloak, the megaphone and the drum of the auctioneer

The images of the Cerda Museum illustrated by Antonio Catanzaro

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Signor Antonio Catanzaro

Indirizzo: Via Roma, 54 - Cerda (PA)
Telefono: 0918991965 Mobile: 3405397480
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Visite: sabato e domenica o su appuntamento.

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