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  Maserati A6 G 2000 Zagato

Maserati/Maserati A6 G 2000
EngineIn-line six-cylinder
Displacement1986 cm³
Bore * stroke76,5 * 72 mm
Compression8,1 : 1 (petrol)
Engine controlDOHC
Valves2 per cylinder
Mixture formation3 dual carburettors (Weber)
Ignition2 spark plugs per cylinder (optional)
Max. power110 kW (150 HP)
Rated speed6000 rpm
TransmissionFour speed
PowertrainFront engine-/rear drive
Wheelbase2550 mm
Front suspensionDouble wishbone
Rear suspensionRigid axle
Springs frontCoil springs
Springs rearLeaf springs
Brakes f/rDrums
Tyres6.60 x 16 (4,5")
Body2-doors, Coupe, aluminum
Length4090 mm
Width1530 mm
Height1320 mm
Trunk305-1380 litres
Tank capacity48 litres
Basic weight840 kg incl. driver
Years of manufacture1954 - 1957
Top speedApprox. 195 km/h
Successor3500 GT

As far as it concerns the engine, it is the third attempt to offer an engine, adequate to the price of the vehicle. The steps of development are immense. Starting as 1.5 litre engine with just 48 kW (65 HP) it develops to the performance shown on top as a 2 litre with two overhead-camshafts and 3 down-draught carburettors, directly derived from the racing engine.

Just 59 pieces were built supposedly, 20 of them receive a wonderfully classical and elegant Zagato car body with resemblances to the Fiat 8V by the same manufacturer. Lowered door handles and chrome aerial outlets make for an additional refinement. Probably, most interesting is a single version with two baggy roof halves, having a nearly unbelievable history. Who would like to have a look, may carry on reading here.               Top of page               Index
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