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1956 Maserati 200 Si Spyder

  • Designed by Fantuzzi
  • Chassis Number: 2405
At the beginning of 1955, Maserati built the successor to its successful A6GCS, the Tipo 200S. These first appeared in June 1956 at the Gran Premio Supercortemaggiore at Monza, where Maserati entered three 200Ss, including this car. All of the cars differed slightly, each with different aerodynamic features. This car, driven by Stirling Moss and Cesare Perdisa, finished second, some 27 seconds behind the winning Ferrari Testa Rossa. The car was later raced by Perdisa at the 1956 Bari Grand Prix and, following its races as a Maserati team car, it was purchased by Lance Reventlow. From 1978 until 2015 it resided in some of Italy's finest collections and in recent years has been completely restored.

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1956 Maserati 200 SI24012015 Gooding & Company : Amelia Island   

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Designer: Fantuzzi
Chassis #: 2405

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