Maserati A6 GCS

Styled by Pininfarina the Maserati A6 GCS was visually stunning, but it was so much more underneath.

Within the skin of this car is a race-bred chassis, built by Gilco. Developed initially for Formula 2 the A6 could rev an impressive 7300 revolutions per minute and produce 170 break horse power.

The Maserati A6GCS/53 was manufactured between 1953 and 1955. 52 were built.

Technical specifications Maserati A6 GCS

 Engine

Type – Construction Number A6 GCS/53
Type Vertical inline 6
Bore x Stroke 76.5 x 72.0
Displacement 1985.6cc
Compression Ratio 8,75:1
Cooling water-cooled
Layout D.O.H.C.
Number of Valves 2
Ignition 2 distributors or Magnetos
Number of Carburetors 3
Type of Carburetors 40 DCO/A3
Bhp @ rpm 170 Bhp @ 7300rpm
Lubrication forced with pressure and scavenger pumps
Cylinder block & crankcase alloy

Drive Train

Clutch Dry multidisc
Transmission – Number of Gears 4-Speed & reverse

Chassis

Frame tubular with longitudinal and coss members
Wheelbase in mm 2310
Track front in mm 1335
Track rear in mm 1220
Suspension front Coil springs
Suspension rear leaf springs
Shocks Houdaille
Brakes hydraulic drums
Wheels 4.50X16 Borrani
Tires front 6.00X16 Pirelli
Tires rear 6.00X16 Pirelli

 General

Bodybuilder Spyder Fantuzzi
Bodybuilder Coupe Pinin Farina
Lenght Overall in mm 3840
Width in mm 1530
Height in mm 860
Tank capacity 115 l
Weight 830 kg
Top speed 146 MPH (235 KPH)

 

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