1956 Maserati 150 S Roadster / 1673 Chassis Information

1956 Maserati 150 S photograph

1956 Maserati 150 S photograph

1956 Maserati 150 S photograph

1956 Maserati 150 S photograph

1956 Maserati 150 S photograph

1956 Maserati 150 S photograph

1956 Maserati 150 S photograph

1956 Maserati 150 S1956 Maserati 150 S1956 Maserati 150 S1956 Maserati 150 S1956 Maserati 150 S1956 Maserati 150 S1956 Maserati 150 S
Roadster
Designer: Fantuzzi
Chassis #: 1673
The Maserati 150S was Maserati's first postwar 4-cylinder sports car. It made its debut at the 1955 Nurburgring 500 Km race and won with Jean Behra driving. This car is the second-to-last built of only 27 examples. One GT Coupe was built, but otherwise they were all almost identical Spyders. Most were sold to amateur drivers in Europe and the United States as they were relatively cheap and easy to maintain. This car was delivered to F.W. Procter of Florida in 1956 and over the years has had a reasonably quiet life, although it is still used occasionally in historic rallies.


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Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1956 sales)

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1956 Maserati 150 S's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1956 Maserati 150S16672013 Gooding and Company Pebble Beach $2,250,000$3,000,000

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Vehicle Profiles

Chassis information for the Maserati 150 S1956 Roadster
Chassis Num: 1667
Engine Num: 1667
Chassis information for the Maserati 150 S1956 Roadster
Chassis Num: 1673
Chassis information for the Maserati 150 GT1957 Spider
Chassis Num: 03
Engine Num: 03
Chassis information for the Maserati 150 S1957
Chassis Num: 1675

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