|The Goodwood Revival Weekend 2002
"Maseratis in the paddock!"
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|Tipo 4CM #1120|
The unique radiator grille of #1120!
According to MASERATI - A complete history from 1926 to the present by Luigi Orsini and Franco Zagari, #1120 started life in 1932 as a Tipo 4CM 1100 for Giuseppe Furmanik of Rome and was converted to a 4CM 1500 in 1936 for Gino Govere of Turin.
From the same source, #1120 with its 1100 cc engine was converted for a World Record speed attempt in 1936 by removal of the front brakes, a three-speed gearbox, a more aerodynamic bodywork and its overall weight was reduced to 470 Kg.
|The cockpit and driver's seat ot the Tipo 4CM.|
|The rear suspension by leaf spring and friction damper, and the front finned drum brake.|
|The ornate radiator cap and the gearbox. Note the 'Trident' on the bell-housing and the pedals either side of the gearbox.|
|The steering mechanism and the front suspension by leaf springs with friction dampers.|
|The 1½-litre supercharged engine developed 150 bhp @ 7200 rpm.|
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