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1957 Maserati 450S Costin Zagato Coupe | Tipo 54 | 4.2L V8 380 bhp | Only 1 was built

Part of the 450S Roadster Racing Cars | The Zagato Coupe with Chassis No. 4501 was 1 of the 9 racing cars made by Maserati between 1956 -1958 | It raced as a 450S at the 1956 Mille Miglia and 1956 Swedish Grand Prix | In 1957, it was converted by Costin / Zagato into a one-off Coupe with new Chassis No. 4512

Notable drivers to race this particular car was Juan Manuel Fangio and Sterling Moss

The Maserati Zagato Coupe | One-off Double Bubble Roof

1955 Maserati A6G/54 2000 Berlinetta Zagato | Corsa Sport | Double Bubble Roof | 2 Door Sports Coupe | Zagato | Chassis No 2121 |
2.0L Tipo A6G54 Straight 6 150hp | Top Speed 210 kph 130 mph

Around 60 unit of different body types of A6G were produced | Of the sixty, 20 A6G/2000 berlinettas were done by Zagato | Of the twenty Zagato Coupes, only 1 A66 with a double bubble roof was ever made - Chassis No 2121

1964 Maserati Sebring | 3500 GTiS | Gran Turismo Iniezione Sebring | Grand Tourer Injected | Vignale | Series I | Tipo AM 101/S | Based on the 3500 | 3.5L Straight 6 235hp | Top Speed 255 kph 158 mph

The 3500 GTiS was named after Maserati’s 1957 victory at the 12 Hour of Sebring race | Only 593 units were ever made

1964 Maserati Sebring | 3500 GTiS | Gran Turismo Iniezione Sebring | Grand Tourer Injected | Vignale | Series I | Tipo AM 101/S | 3.5L Straight 6 235hp | Top Speed 255 kph 158 mph | Based on the 3500 | The Sebring was named after Maserati’s 1957 victory at the 12 Hour race | Only 593 units were ever made

1955 Maserati A6G/54 2000 Zagato Corsa Sport

1956 Maserati A6G/2000 Competizione Berlinetta Zagato | Chassis No 2137

2 Door Sports Coupe | Competition Coupe | Zagato | Non Double Bubble Roof | 2.0L Straight 6 150hp | Top Speed 210 kph 130 mph | Around 60 unit of different body types of A6G were produced | Only 20 were made by Zagato | Only 1 double bubble A6 was made - Chassis No 2121