You can also make out Bernardi's name and signature engraved on one of the square-section chassis rails.
It may not be as exciting as a Ferrari that you can actually whip around in, but the fact that it's dessicated remains have been put on display is a testament to the value put upon its legacy. And seeing as it's estimated to fetch between $15,000 and $23,000 when it goes under the hammer next week, it's a hell of a lot more affordable.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. After reading about this, his living room coffee table has been suffering from severe self-esteem issues.