The results of Ferruccio Lamborghinis hard work are displayed in two very different museums that are less than 30km apart.
Automobili Lamborghini has a museum in SantAgata Bolognese, Italy, 20km east of Modena. There, visitors will find displays of Lamborghini cars and race boats that are powered by the automakers famous V-12 engines.
The other museum -- 27km northeast of SantAgata Bolognese, in Dosso -- was created by Ferruccios son, Tonino Lamborghini.
The Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum has a smaller car collection, but offers great examples of the other products Ferruccios companies made, such as tractors and even a helicopter prototype.
Built in 1994, the creation of the Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum was financed with settlement money paid by Chrysler (then the owner of Automobili Lamborghini) after it lost a trademark battle with Tonino Lamborghini.
The court ruled Tonino Lamborghini can use the Tonino Lamborghini name and the fighting bull emblem on any product except automobiles. Products that carry the Tonino Lamborghini badge include wrist watches, perfumes, shoes and bicycles. The carmaker is allowed to use the trademark and fighting bull only with the full lettering Automobili Lamborghini.