|The Goodwood Revival Weekend 2002
"Maseratis in the paddock!"
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|Tipo 6CM #1535|
The identification plate of the Tipo 6CM.
The Tipo 6CM (6 CILINDRI MONOPOSTO) serie 3, distinguishable by its more aerodynamic bodywork and its deeper radiator grille.
|Produced between 1936 and 1939 its 1½-litre supercharged engine developed 175bhp @ 6600rpm.|
|#1535 was one of 27 built and was sold to Mr. Frank McEvoy (AUS) in June 1936.|
The driver's cockpit.
Wire wheels. Note the huge drum brakes.
|The front suspension and huge hydraulically operated finned and ventilated drum brakes.|
|The rear suspension was by friction dampers and leaf springs (visible on the earlier models but concealed by the aerodynamic bodywork on the later models).|
The ventilation outlet of the front drum brake.
The exhaust pipe with driver's arm heat sheild.
The front suspension friction dampers can
be seen through the radiator grille.
|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|
|Tipo 4CLT/49 #1604|
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