Plastic surgery: 1962 Maserati Sebring “A6GCS Recreation” by Giordanengo

The original Maserati A6GCS was built by Fantuzzi while this one has been built by Giordanengo, a known Italian coachworks specialized in building replicas (or recreations) of Italian sport cars of the fifties and sixties. This barchetta has been built on a modified Maserati Sebring chassis, along with 3500cc, six-inline, twin cam and twin spark… Read More Plastic surgery: 1962 Maserati Sebring “A6GCS Recreation” by Giordanengo

More than a tourer: 1959 Austin Healey Sebring Sprite

When you think at an Healey Sprite, of course tou imagine a tiny little spider which main focus is to drive across the british countryside: this car was born with a different purpose. To celebrate the successful Sebring race of March 1959, the BMC Competition Department entered three Austin-Healey Sprites in the 12 Hours Grand Prix… Read More More than a tourer: 1959 Austin Healey Sebring Sprite

Otherwise original: 1964 Maserati Sebring

This Sebring looks in very original condition with one, not minor, exception. The seller is quite specialized in finding europen cars which are in need of something (and sometimes everything) and this car is coherent with such tendency. The car looks indeed in a very acceptable conditions; it has a beautiful color (maybe “Rosso Cordoba”)… Read More Otherwise original: 1964 Maserati Sebring

Italia’s big sister: 1965 Maserati Sebring II by Vignale

The Maserati Sebring shape has a clear kindred with another car designed by Michelotti and built by Vignale: the Italia 2000. The proportions are quite the same along with some peculiar detail like the sloping roof and the protruding radiator grille shape. Apart from such elements, the Sebring is pushed, in this case, by a… Read More Italia’s big sister: 1965 Maserati Sebring II by Vignale