Eligible For the World’s Premier Concours, Race and Rally Events, Including the Mille Miglia.
I watch a ton of Old Race films and this car is one of the ones that dominated early California road racing. What an amazing car. The side pipes the low stance the head faring the sports car look. This car has it all for me, now if I only had 2 million bucks to buy it. Though I am sure this will only continue to go up in value and is a worthy investment if you ave the coin.
1954 Maserati A6 GCS
s/n 2065 Eng. No 2065
Burgundy with Navy Leather
The A6GCS was a very important model for Maserati and had great racing success right from its debut. Maserati won numerous races with the A6GCS, including the 1953 Mille Miglia (1st and 2nd in class, 3rd Overall), against brutal competition from the Ferrari and Mercedes factory teams. Additionally, the A6GCS had success at the Targa Florio and Pescara, as well as elsewhere in Italy, South America, and in the UK, in addition to several wins in the US. In total 52 examples were built between 1953 and 1955, 48 with Spyder bodies and 4 cars with the `Berlinetta Pininfarina` body. All were originally delivered with a 1985cc aluminum block, overhead twin cam, twin plug engine producing approximately 170 horse power.