Lauro Micozzi's private collection, which shows his enthusiasm for Ducati motorcycles. Micozzi was just 13-years-old when he started working as an apprentice at a mechanical engineering workshop. Later he raced with Laverda SFC and Ducati 750 SS. Since 1985 he has dedicated himself to the restoration of Ducati motorcycles, which he also collects .
The Museum, which is part of the Museum System of the University of Palermo, has important collections of engines, mechanisms and one of the five remaining aircraft FIAT G.59. For the importance of its heritage it has been awarded, the first in Italy, as ASME Landmark. The oldest pieces date from the half of the nineteenth century and several pieces have been employed for research and didactic purpose.
Francesco Angelelli and his family has collected a beautiful and curious collection of tractors and classic cars. Housed inside the "Aviosuperficie del Sagrantino" the museum also includes a small airfield and accommodation facilities such as a bar and restaurant. Altogether there are around 80 machines shown.