Maserati launched several series of A6 models between 1946 and 1957, before the popular Maserati 3500 GT took over. Each one made was unique, and production was limited to very small numbers. In 1951, the model available was the Maserati A6G, which used an evolution of the previous Maserati A6’s chassis and boasted a 6-cylinder engine. The new unit had an increased capacity of 2 liters in comparison with the 1.5-liter unit of the A6, and an improved output of 100 hp compared to the 65 hp of its predecessor. The 1951 Maserati A6 also featured a reworked rear suspension with leaf instead of coil springs for better handling. The next development of the A6 model replaced the opposed valve and single overhead camshaft with a twin cam unit in 1954.
More power and better handling made the 1951 Maserati A6, also known as Maserati A6G, a more exciting sports car than its predecessor, while still featuring a beautiful and elegant body for which it was known. With very low production numbers, it can be difficult to come across the model you are hoping to find. The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to assist you with your search and help you get the best classic Maserati model within your budget. Their team of specialists has an unmatched expertise when it comes to classic Maserati models and will share useful tips based on their knowledge of the market and models. One piece of advice the team will give you is to use the help of an expert when looking at a particular model, in order to have a perfect understanding of what the car will offer you and may require in terms of maintenance.
The Beverly Hills Car Club and its staff of Maserati experts are looking forward to assisting you with the research and purchase of your future 1951 Maserati A6. Give them a call at your earliest convenience to hear more about their service and inquire about the current cars in inventory. They look forward to hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and lasting business. Connect today!
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