Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage Engine
At the end of the 1950s, there was a growing market for racing cars, which was especially bustling in the US. The Maserati owner Orsi and his chief designer Gulio Alfieri decided to develop a new three-liter engine for their Birdcage, and it was an economically wise thing to do. Alfieri managed to create an integrated chassis-engine assemblage, which gave birth to the Tipo 61, a masterpiece of engineering that made racing history.The CMC motor unit of the Tipo 61 Birdcage from 1960 offers an interesting revelation of the heart of this legendary car and adds to the growing range of our motor series.
Encased with an acrylic cover and wooden bottom plate, this replica will serve to reveal the underlying intricacy of you CMC-made Tipo replica when displayed next to it.
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