From Diedrich Dasenbrock:
"1954 Maserati A6G/54 Allemano Coupe"
(11-29-14) More from Diedrich:
A6G/54 was the street version of the A6GCS race car, made from 54 to
56-57 with bodies by most of the italian coach builders of the day…
Vignale, Pinin Farina, Frua, Allemano and Zagato, the majority being
Allemano Coupes…the next most numerous were the Zagatos which were
lightweights mostly used for racing… I'm thinking a total production of
Apparently wonderful cars to drive and all of them
beautiful. There was a nice selection at Pebble Beach this year,
all of which unfortunately didn't go on the tour, which was the only
part I saw".
(11-29-14) More frm Diedrich:
just had lunch in company with a few Maserati books so I can correct
some of my previous message… A6G/54 and A6G-2000 seem to be used
interchangeably naming the same series of cars built between 1954 and
1956, 65 cars total. 21-7 by Zagato, 21 Allemano and 16 by
Frua…naturally these numbers don't quite add up, but this is Maserati
after all! Chassis #s seemed to be more of a convenience than a record…
The Vignale & Pinin Farina cars seem to be on A6GCS chassis…Anyway
a Maserati A6G/54 Allemano Coupe is the very essence of a stylish &
chic 50's italian GT car!"