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There are only 4 Maserati A6 GCS that were designed by Aldo Brovarone in 1953 and bodied by Pininfarina in 1953/54.

These cars were born on the initiative of Guglielmo Dei,  Maserati's Rome concessionaire and are regarded today as the most fascinating Maseratis ever built.
This Maserati A6GCs Pininfarina #2057 was sold new in 1954 to Pietro Palmieri.

Compared to the other Pininfarina A6GCS it had a lower height roof height.

However excessive heat in the cockpit during the 1954 Giro dell'Umbria persuaded Palmieri to have the car rebodied as a two-seater roadster.

The old body shell was kept by Guglielmo Dei and sold to Franco Lombardi in 1977.
The Pininfarina body is now fitted to the chassis of A6GCS barchetta #2070 and the engine #2080 comes from an identical car.

The MVM built series will be limited to 30 pièces.

There will also be a limited and numbered edition of only 111 kits sold by Modelart111.

 

LIMITED EDITION BUILT SERIES OF 30 MODELS

SOLD OUT

 

 

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