Those iconic side strakes are so instantly recognizable as a Testarossa, though this is the later 512 TR of which Ferrari says includes an interior that was "redesigned to increase comfort and ergonomics and the exterior facelift was designed to improve aerodynamics."
Around the corner in the small annex to the main museum room are these two Mach 1s, a 1970 on the left and a 1971 on the right. Peeking out from behind are two Bentleys, a Turbo RL from 1994 and a 2002 Azure.
The first production car with fuel injection, the 300 SL's system was famously mechanical. Since there was no fuel cutoff, some fuel would enter the cylinders after you turned off the car, but before the engine stopped moving. This would dilute the oil. Oil changes were a recommended every 1,000 miles. Small price to pay for such a car though.