|The Goodwood Revival Weekend 2002
"Maseratis in the paddock!"
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|Tipo 4CLT/49 #1604|
The identification plate of the Tipo 4CLT/49.
|Became known as the Sanremo after Ascari's and Villoresi's one-two at the 1948 Sanremo GP.|
|Medardo Fantuzzi's bodywork on the tubular chassis which Ing. Masssimino and Ernesto Maserati worked on as early as 1946.|
|The dry sump oil reservoir filler cap moved from inside the cockpit on the earlier examples to the outside on the later models.|
The driver's dashboard.
The driver's cockpit.
Note the extended gear lever.
The aero-screen shaped like a driver's helmet!
|This little supercharged 1½-litre 4-cyl 16-valve engine produced over 270 bhp @ 7000 rpm.|
One of the Roots superchargers.
The eight branch exhaust manifold.
One of the two Roots superchargers, this one driven
by the camshaft gear: note the pressure safety valve!
The rear-engined JBW Maserati.
The twin Weber carburettors.
|This 1½-litre 4-cyl 16-valve engine with twin Roots superchargers produced 260 bhp at 7000 rpm.|
|The huge finned and ventilated front drum brakes.|
The rear suspension.
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|Tipo 4CM #1120|
|Tipo 61 #2457|
|Tipo 200SI #2416|
|Tipo A6GCS/53 #?|
|Tipo A6GCS #2098|
|Tipo A6GCM #2033|
|Tipo 4CL #1556|
|Tipo 250F #1556|
|Tec-Mec Maserati #F 451|
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