The 1950s and 1960s are known as an era that witnessed a boom of race car transporters, which are being re-discovered today and held in a high regard. The two similar-looking transporters of the Scuderia Ferrari and Maserati might well be the most famous and technically most mature transporters of those days. They were mounted on Fiat-bus chassis of the Type 642 RN2.
With an open body work designed by Bartoletti, the resultant transporter was good for hauling three race cars. At first sight, those two transporters, equipped with a 92 hp diesel in-line-engine, look alike except for paintwork and decals. But upon a closer look, they differ in a considerable number of details. It`s an exact replica of the Maserati version, just as it was used back in the late 50s till the mid-60s. We are sure you’ll like what we prepared for you.
This official transporter from the Scuderia Maserati from 1957 is a true eye catcher. Especially if it`s loaded with up to three CMC Maserati models. Hand mounted of 2,640 single parts and approx. 50 cm long. A true proof of CMC`s abilities. A countless number of details and a contemporary two tone painting will match even the highest expectations.
|Technical data of the original vehicle:||❚ 6-cylinder diesel in-line-engine type 364A
❚ Auto body work and vehicle hoist made by Bartoletti at Forli, Italy
❚ Fiat-bus chassis with a ladder frame
❚ Maximum output: Approx. 92 hp
❚ Displacement: 6,650 ccm
❚ Top speed: 85 km/h
❚ Total length: 9,085 mm
❚ Total breadth: 2,492 mm
❚ Total height: 2,924 mm
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