An historic Maserati has been revealed as one of the highlights at Gooding & Company's Pebble Beach auction, scheduled for August 14-15.
The car debuted at the 1955 Turin Motor Show after evolving from the A6G, which was previously unveiled at 1951's Paris Motor Show.
Boasting coachwock by Zagato, the 1955 Maserati A6G/54 Berlinetta is as rare as it is sought-after - and likely to cause a big stir at Gooding & Co's anticipated event.
It's just one of many star motors appearing on the Pebble Beach concours, alongside a winning 1956 Maserati 200 SI once raced by Sir Stirling Moss.
Other showcased automobiles include a legendary Mercedes-Benz owned jointly by two of the Marx Brothers, and an award-winning 1951 Ferrari 340 America from the estate of devoted enthusiast Mr Gil Nickel.
Gooding & Company are currently offering catalogues to collectors by order. The sales will be held at the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center. Watch this space for more breaking news on the event.
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