Republic of San Marino
A Ferrari 250 GT MM of 1953 displayed in the Maranello Rosso Museum in Fulciano, Republic of San Marino, showcasing Ferrari and Abarth. It was a coupé with bodywork by Pininfarina, distinguished by a small grille, compact tail and panoramic rear window. The engine was, as all 250 models, a V-12 with a capacity of 2,953 cc. The letters “MM” stand for “Mille Miglia”, the famous open-road endurance race.