In 1947, Enzo Ferrari rolled out the first car to bear his name and the now-famous Prancing Horse — the Ferrari 125S. 70 years, over 5,000 race victories, and some of the most desirable cars ever made later, the Petersen Automotive Museum brings several historically significant Ferraris together in one place and one color. The aforementioned 125S is here, along with the most valuable car in the world, the $38-millon 250 GTO. Ferrari's strong track heritage is also represented, with the dominant 2006 Ferrari 248 F1, driven by Michael Schumacher and the 1965 Le Mans-winning 250 LM. The exhibit runs until April 2018.