New outstanding cars on Automotive Masterpieces' website!

March 7, 2024

New outstanding cars on Automotive Masterpieces' website! now featuring additional cars that are as special and carefully selected as ever. Among the outstanding new additions, let's highlight at least five:
The 1953 Maserati Sport 2000 (Carrozzeria Fantuzzi), Chassis no. *2040* is the first chassis built, published, and raced of the A6GCS/53 model. It was the FIA homologation example. From 1st in class at 1953 Mille Miglia, it was almost always on the podium up to 1957.
The 1947 Ferrari 125 S/166 millemiglia (Carrozzeria Touring), Chassis no. 020 I is one of the first 2 Ferrari-branded cars. A 125 S barchetta, turned in 166 millemiglia berlinetta that was a Scuderia Ferrari works car. It took part in 4 Mille Miglia races.
Then we have two examples of the Alfa Romeo at its top.
The 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 B (Pinin Farina), Chassis no. 412012, that was 3rd OA at the 1938 Mille Miglia. It was owned by Piero Dusio and Pasquale Ermini and had two Pinin Farina bodies: first a sports car, then a granturismo.
The 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 B (Carrozzeria Touring), Chassis no. 412036, is the last of just 5 berlinettas built. Exhibited at the 1938 Paris Motor Show, it won the 1947 Mille Miglia and raced on the newly opened Buenos Aires Autodrome in 1952.
Last (but not least of this group: the 1952 Siata 208CS (Stabilimenti Farina), Chassis no. CS*055* is one of the 6 bodied by Stabilimenti Farina and one of the 3 examples in the 1952 Mille Miglia; moreover, it was the only one to finish: 11th overall/3rd in class. It raced later in SCCA events.
Stay tuned for future new entries!