Maserati A6GCS/53


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In 1953, Maserati introduced the A6GCS/53, a sports-racing car powered by a two-liter twin-cam inline six-cylinder engine. Almost all of these Maseratis were built for racing and claimed class wins at the Mille Miglia and captured the Italian Sports Car Championship.
Guglielmo “Mimmo” Dei, the official Maserati dealer in Rome who later founded the racing team Scuderia Centro Sud, commissioned three A6GCS/53 with spider bodywork by Frua. The design is regarded by most as Pietro Frua’s greatest contribution to the art of Italian coachbuilding, flawless in proportion and imbued with intricate details. It is an ideal marriage of the thoroughbred A6GCS/53 competition chassis with Pietro Frua’s magnificent coachwork. The result is an undisputed masterpiece of Italian design and one of the most beautiful and desirable sports cars from the 1950s.

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