Undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous cars ever built, the Maserati A6GC was derived from Maserati’s A6 sports car, with a short-stroke, high revving in-line 6, and was one of the last designs done by the Maserati brothers before they left the company to form OSCA.

Stuck in a contract dispute with Ferrari, the Maserati brothers couldn’t directly sell their cars to clients, but did an end-around by selling 6 bare chassis to Rome dealer Giugliemo Dei, who had the cars bodied and finished by Pininfarina.

Originally developed for Formula 2, the cars never made a real impact in motor racing, but are now hugely famous for their sheer beauty.

Only four cars were ever built, but two were later converted to spyders.



  • 170 HP
  • 7300 RPM’s
  • Top Speed: 140 mph

If I had to choose between this and a 250 GTO, I would take the Maserati, pocket the difference, and happily sit in my garage just staring at this car…



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Dave Miller drives the fastest, coolest, sexiest cars on the planet. He travels the world uncovering the hidden gems in luxury transportation, meeting the owners, and connecting with extraordinary car enthusiasts. Dave is a member of the Midwest Automotive Media Association and writes for various publications. In addition to DriveWithDave.com, you can follow Dave's adventures via Drive With Dave Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and tune into the Drive with Dave Podcast via iTunes, Stitcher or Soundcloud.

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