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The gang had already cased the cemetery and planned an escape route into the Apennine Mountains on the Italian peninsula.Enzo Ferrari, the legend of Italian automotive manufacturing, died in 1988 at age 90. It marked the end of a lifetime devoted to constructing fabulously fast and expensive sports cars. “I build racing cars with the same feverish pleasure with which drug addicts sniff cocaine,” he once remarked. For close to three decades his body lay undisturbed in a tomb in the San Cataldo cemetery of Modena, the Italian city where he was born and founded his vehicular empire.
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