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Maserati – A6GCS/53 Spyder Frua


Vehicle Overview

The Maserati A6G 2000 Spider is a creature born out of Pietro Frua’s imagination in 1953. It is one of the most beautiful cars conceived by the famous Italian automobile designer, who produced his best work in the 1950s for Fiat, Lancia and Maserati, as well as the French Panhard and Renault.

The Maserati 2000 A6G Spider was part of a series of vehicles – the “A6”, where the “A” stood for “Alfieri”, one of the Maserati brothers, and 6 was the number of cylinders – produced by the Modena-based company between 1947 and 1956. Within this series, the “A6G” – “G” being the initial of ‘ghisa’ in Italian (“cast iron”), the material used for the engine block – were in a class of their own, with spiders, coupés and sedans designed by famous brands like Pininfarina, Zagato and Bertone.

The spiders in the series all show the unmistakable touch of the great Pietro Frua.

chassis 2110 won the Coppa d’Oro at Villa d’Este in 2010

Technical Specifications

  • Body
  • Year
  • Make
  • Model
    A6GCS 53 Spyder
  • Coachbuilder
  • Length (mm)
  • Width (mm)
  • Height (mm)
  • Photo credits
  • Engine Type
  • Designer
    Pietro Frua

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