The Maserati A6 was built in 1946 and launched in 1947, and the production of the model lasted until 1954, with several changes made in design and engineering. Based on the racing models that made the brand famous at the time, the 1948 Maserati A6 was fitted with a 1.5-liter 6-cylinder engine. The unit generated an output of 65 hp compared to the 175 hp of the track car, because of the limited quantity and quality of fuel in the post-war era. Pininfarina supplied identically styled shells for the whole production run of the Maserati A6, which was only 61 units and very few spiders, as well as one Zagato-bodied coupe. The design of the car featured elegant lines outside and refined simplicity inside, giving the pilot a raw driving experience.
With such small production numbers, the 1948 Maserati A6 is quite sought after by enthusiasts and collectors. The uniqueness of hand-built sports cars made in the era ensures an incomparable ownership experience. With all repairs, restoration work, or modification that the car may have undergone during its lifetime, it is highly recommended to hire a trustworthy Maserati classic expert when looking at a particular model. The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to share their long list of contacts should you need assistance with this matter. This is only one of the many tips the team can offer. Thanks to their long-time experience dealing with classic cars of all makes and models, the professionals of The Beverly Hills Car Club have an extensive knowledge of the process of buying a classic car.
Please call the Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime to speak with a classic Maserati professional about a 1948 Maserati A6. The inventory of classic Maseratis for sale is constantly evolving and the friendly team will assist you with the research of your perfect classic.
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