Everyone knows that daughters have a special bond with their fathers. Silvia Nicolis, who today runs the magnificent museum that houses her collection in Villafranca in Verona, Italy, felt this bond even stronger when her father passed away, prematurely, leaving her with the responsibility of guaranteeing continuity and honouring the thing he had loved the most in his life. The Key 2020, in the pages dedicated to young collectors, talks to Silvia to find out what it means to have a direct and intense relationship with each of the more than 100 cars that animate her museum. If ever we needed conformation of the important role women can play in the world of collecting, Silvia is simply the finest example there is: for her, every detail must be historically perfect. For her, every car must have its own history and every car must be able to go outside using its own engine. A beautiful knowledge worth turning into an experience by visiting Villafranca, close to the airport of Verona, to discover this magnificent reality.