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The Maserati A6G 2000

Pininfarina, Frua, Vignale, and Allemano

This heavily illustrated book describes for the first time the technical development of the Maserati A6G 2000.

In 1950, Maserati replaced its first production car, the two-door A6 1500, with a second series: the A6G 2000. Customers could choose from several designs: a bulky design by Pininfarina, a muscular one from Allemano, the glamorous Coupès and Spyder versions by Frua, and the eccentric Coupé by Vignale. All of these versions were slightly different and were among the rarest and most expensive cars of their time.

This heavily illustrated book describes for the first time the technical development of the A6G 2000, while also telling the individual histories of each of the versions, chassis by chassis.


180 pages | illustrated in color throughout | 11 1/2 x 11 1/2

Transportation: Automotive


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Table of Contents

TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT 9
THE COACHBUILDERS 17
THE DEALERS 23
PROMOTION 31
THE CARS 35
•2013 36
•2015 38
•2017 42
•2018 44
•2020 48
•2021 51
•2022 52
•2023 56
•2024 58
•2025 59
•2026 60
•2027 62
•2028 64
•2029 68
•2030 72
•2031 74
•2063 78
•2103 80
•2104 84
•2108 86
•2111/2166 90
•2114 92
•2115 94
•2116 96
•2117 98
•2119 100
•2120 102
•2125 103
•2126 104
•2140 106
•2142 110
•2144 112
•2146 116
•2165 118
•2170 122
•2175 126
•2180 128
•2181 130
•2182 136
•2183 138
•2184 140
•2185 142
•2187 144
•2188 146
•2190 148
•2191 152
•2192 154
•2193 156
•2194 158
•2195 160
•2196 162
•2197 164
•2198 166
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 169
INDEX 171

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