Maserati A6 were a series of grand tourers, racing sports cars and
single seaters made by Maserati of Italy between 1947 and 1956. They
were named for Alfieri Maserati (one of the Maserati brothers, founders
of Maserati) and for their straight-six engine.
To compete in the World Sportscar Championship, the A6GCS/53 (1953–55)
was developed (170 bhp), spiders initially designed by Colombo and
refined by Medardo Fantuzzi and Celestino Fiandri. Fifty-two were made.
An additional four berlinettas and one spider were designed by Aldo
Brovarone at Pinin Farina, their final design of a Maserati for the next
five decades, on a commission by Rome dealer Guglielmo Dei who had
acquired six chassises Vignale also made one spider.
This diecast model is from Leo Models, it was sourced from a private
collection in September 2019