Buying or Selling a 1953 Maserati A6?
The A6 marked the debut of Maserati into road car production. After being so successful on the track for many years, the brand decided to invest in road models to support racing activities and the development of new engines. The first series of Maserati A6 were successful enough for the company to plan an upgrade, which was launched in 1951 and was known as the Maserati A6G. This second series was based on the same simple yet robust chassis as its predecessor, and was powered by a 6-cylinder engine with opposed valves and single overhead camshaft. The engine’s capacity was upgraded from 1.5 to 2 liters, which helped to increase the car’s power output from 65 to 100 hp. More options were available for the 1953 Maserati A6, and the car could be ordered in a coupe or in a convertible trim with a few rare special editions.
1953 Maserati A6 Seller’s Guide
Only 16 units of the Maserati A6G were made between 1951 and 1954, before the engine was upgraded to a more powerful version. Being so rare, the 1953 Maserati A6 is a very attractive collection piece for enthusiasts nowadays and it shouldn’t be hard to find a buyer if you’re looking to sell your vahicle. Selling a classic car, however, can be a real hassle for many reasons. The Alex Manos team has an extensive knowledge of all classic Maserati models and a wealth of experience buying and selling such models. If you want to sell your 1953 Maserati A6 for a fair price, in a hassle-free environment and benefit from the high quality of customer service provided by the Los-Angeles-based dealership, call Alex Manos and his team today.
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