Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Maserati Sports & Prototypes 1954/1965 Weight 1.5kg by Michel Bolleé The text in this study of Maserati’s glorious sports racers may be in French but the photos translate into any language and there are plenty of them! We start with Maserati’s first participation at Le Mans with de Portago’s A6GCS and follow through the various models from the conventional 150, 200, 300 and 450S models, the ‘birdcage’ Tipo 60 - Tipo 63, the brutal T151 coupes and the last of the line, the Tipo 65. The Camoradi team are inextricably linked with much of the story and we also see what happened to a number of the cars in private hands after their front-line careers were over, mostly in the USA but also elsewhere in lower level races. A large proportion of the images are in colour and there are plenty of unmodelled potential variants within. FRENCH TEXT.
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1954 to 1965
192 pages. French text.
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