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Rare Pre War Identification Help needed

Discussion in 'Maserati' started by odin, Mar 10, 2008.

  1. wbaeumer

    wbaeumer F1 Veteran
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    Mar 4, 2005
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    Chassis #044! A great car!
     
  2. Alan Cox

    Alan Cox Rookie

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    Alan Cox
    #27 Alan Cox, May 3, 2013
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  3. wbaeumer

    wbaeumer F1 Veteran
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    Mar 4, 2005
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    Yes, its #2514, one of the most original and best documented T26 of all and the oldest German Maserati! Today back in a very important German Maserati-collection.
     
  4. arttidesco

    arttidesco Karting

    Oct 6, 2010
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    Ralph Colmar
    I came across both the ex Appleton Special and Louwman #3002 at Goodwood when they were unattended and was surprised to observe that neither had a chassis number on display on the dash board as many similarly aged Maserati's do, was I looking in the wrong place or are these chassis numbers a matter of record in works archives and / or contemporary race reports ?
     

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