The first Maserati A6 was launched in 1947, followed with the second generation in 1951 called the Maserati A6G, and ending the series with the Maserati A6G 2000 in 1954. The 1952 Maserati A6 was based on the robust chassis of the previous model, spanning a 102-inch wheelbase. The body style was gorgeous yet simple, with a classic and minimal interior. The 6-cylinder engine was derived from the racecar units, and adapted for the road with an output of 100 hp and a 2-liter capacity. With a reworked rear suspension using leaf instead of coil springs, the second generation of Maserati A6 offered better handling. Very few units were made, including coupe and convertibles, as well as more special and unique editions.
Thanks to its increased power and handling, the 1952 Maserati A6 was a good evolution of the first series. With limited production resources and a vehicle that was not as powerful as Ferrari road cars of the era, the sales of Maserati A6 stayed relatively low, making the model a very rare classic nowadays. As a 1952 Maserati A6 is such a unique vehicle, finding accurate specifications for each car can be tricky. The best advice The Beverly Hills Car Club team can give you is to hire the help of an expert to make sure the classic Maserati you’re considering is mechanically sound and features all the options originally present from the factory.
Browse the online inventory of The Beverly Hills Car Club to view the 1952 Maserati A6 currently listed for sale. If you are not finding what you are looking for, do not hesitate to call the team today and ask them about the model. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership’s inventory is moving quickly and some models might not be advertised online yet. Moreover, the staff has an extensive knowledge of the current market and availabilities, so that they will be able to provide you with all the information you need.
Learn More About Maserati Maserati A6’s: