Very popular in motor racing, Maserati entered the production car market with the first generation of A6 in 1946. The model was improved significantly over its predecessor. In fact, the third series launched in 1954 boasted a 6-cylinder, 2-liter engine based on the race twin cam units, with an output of 150 hp. The 102-inch wheelbase was based on the robust chassis of the first A6. Many coachbuilders participated in the design of both convertible and coupe models and some were even more uniquely tailored to customer’s requests. As the result, each one is a unique piece, while always wearing finely detailed bodies and beautiful interiors. Only 60 Maserati A6G/200’s were made during its three-year production run.
When it was released, the 1955 Maserati A6 was the fastest road going Maserati to date, but much more powerful 3.5-liter twin cam models developed by the racing program soon dethroned it. Moreover, V8 as well as V12 vehicles were on the way, too. The few units produced were quite popular though and are even more valuable for collectors due to their small numbers. Whether you are looking for a special version of 1955 Maserati A6 or simply would like to hear more about the model, do not hesitate to ask The Beverly Hills Car Club team for assistance. With years of experience in the industry, the friendly and knowledgeable staff will give you valuable advice. The team can guide you through the buying process and share their contacts of trustworthy classic Maserati experts who will not only give you all the information you need about any particular model, but also will carry out a pre-purchase inspection to make sure the car is in good condition.
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