Jolly Model JL0323; 1964 Maserati 200; Stradale; Michele Pastore; Rossa

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The Maserati 200S (Tipo 52) is a racing car made by Italian automobile manufacturer Maserati as a successor to the Maserati A6GCS. 28 cars were made in total. The development of the 200S, codenamed Tipo 52 started in 1952, led by Giulio Alfieri. In response to Ferrari's 500 Mondial racing car which featured a 4 cylinder engine and was quite successful in sports car racing. The car had a 1,994.3 cc (2.0 L) inline-four light-alloy engine, featuring dual Overhead valves per cylinder and DOHC camshafts, double Weber 50DCO3 (first few cars only) or 45DCO3 carburetors. The engine was rated at 190 PS (140 kW; 187 hp) at 7,500 rpm. Many chassis components were identical to the Maserati 150S in order to speed up development, except the rigid rear axle inherited from the Maserati A6.

This resin model is from Jolly Model, it was sourced in November 2019 from Wessex Auction Rooms

 
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Jolly Model JL0323; 1964 Maserati 200; Stradale; Michele Pastore; Rossa Jolly Model JL0323; 1964 Maserati 200; Stradale; Michele Pastore; Rossa Jolly Model JL0323; 1964 Maserati 200; Stradale; Michele Pastore; Rossa
     

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