MASERATI Khamsin

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Maserati Khamsin: il vento egiziano soffia sul tridente italiano.

Come da tradizione di Maserati il nome deriva da un vento: questa volta tocca all’omonimo vento egiziano.

disegnata da Marcello Gandini (all’epoca in forza alla carrozzeria Bertone),

Maserati Khamsin: the Egyptian wind blows on the Italian trident.

As per Maserati tradition, the name derives from a wind: this time it’s the Egyptian wind of the same name.

designed by Marcello Gandini (at the time under the Bertone bodywork),

Progettata sotto la supervisione dell’ingegnere Giulio Alfieri, aveva un telaio completamente nuovo rispetto alla Ghibli, con scocca portante d’acciaio, mentre al posteriore c’è forse la novità principale della nuova GT del Tridente: l’adozione delle sospensioni a ruote indipendenti su entrambi gli assi, con la particolarità di doppi gruppi molle-ammortizzatori.

Per quanto riguarda il motore, la Khamsin, è equipaggiata da un V8 bialbero da 4,9 litri a carter secco che eroga 320 cavalli a 5.500 giri/min.; ed era montato anteriormente ma era stato arretrato, dietro l’assale anteriore, per garantire una più ottimale distribuzione dei pesi.

Designed under the supervision of the engineer Giulio Alfieri, it had a completely new chassis compared to the Ghibli, with a steel supporting body, while at the rear there is perhaps the main novelty of the new GT del Tridente: the adoption of independent wheel suspensions on both axles, with the peculiarity of double springs-shock absorbers.

As for the engine, the Khamsin is equipped with a 4.9-liter V8 twin-shaft crankcase with dry sump that delivers 320 horsepower at 5,500 rpm; and it was mounted at the front but had been set back, behind the front axle, to ensure a more optimal weight distribution.

Per quanto riguarda gli interni la Maserati, considerandola la sua ammiraglia sportiva, la dotò di tutti i migliori dispositivi dell’epoca avvolti in una lussuosa pelle pregiata, come da tradizione della casa.

As for the interiors, Maserati, considering it its sports flagship, endowed it with all the best devices of the time wrapped in luxurious leather, as was the tradition of the house.

 

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Leonardo: Bridge channel

This is a design for a canal bridge by Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci

Bridge channel

The pen and ink on paper drawing is taken from the Codex Atlanticus, 1478-1518.

Leonardo is most famous for his skills as an artist, however his insatiable curiosity led to a fascination in an immense number of subjects, including science, architecture, invention and engineering. His ventures into the design of bridges is evidence of this.

Leonardo da Vinci made an extensive study of the motion of water. He felt encouraged to utilise this force and generated many ideas for machinery that would do this.

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FIAT – Abarth 500 Zagato

Building on the success of their 750 Zagato Coupé, Abarth worked on a 500cc version of the car for the 1957 Turin Motor Show. The car was put into limited production for both road and racing clients.

Abarth worked extensively on the two cylinder engine by fitting twin Weber 26IMBs and a new 8.7:1 cylinder head which raised peak power to 23 bhp at 5000 rpm.

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1957 FIAT Abarth 500 Coupè Zagato

Zagato’s body was similar to the 750 GT without the famed double-bubble roof. The smaller engine didn’t require the large scoops on engine lid, however it did retain the unique rear-quarter windows.

The 500 had less impact than 750 GT, but Ovidio Cappelli did become the 500cc Italian Grand Touring champion.

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ABARTH ’70th Anniversary

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On 31 March 1949 Carlo Abarth (1908 – 1979) founded the Abarth & C., creating a legend of style and performance declined in record cars, revolutionary kits and legendary races. Ten world records, 133 international records, more than 10,000 victories on the track, a success story that has allowed us to test, under the most severe conditions, the technological solutions that are then adopted in mass production.
Abarth celebrates its birthday with the new ’70th Anniversary’ range characterized, on the outside, by the specific logo that makes the cars registered in the year 2019 unique and exclusive.

Il 31 marzo del 1949 Carlo Abarth(1908 – 1979) fondava l’Abarth& C., dando vita a una leggenda di stile e prestazioni declinata in auto da record, kit di elaborazione rivoluzionari e corse leggendarie. Dieci record del mondo, 133 record internazionali, più di 10.000 vittorie su pista, una storia di successi che ha consentito di testare, nelle condizioni più severe, le soluzioni tecnologiche che sono poi adottate nella produzione di serie.
Abarth celebra il suo compleanno con la nuova gamma ’70esimo Anniversario’ caratterizzata, all’esterno, dal logo specifico che rende uniche ed esclusive le vetture immatricolate nell’anno 2019.

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Agnelli: His personal Ferrari 375

In 1955 Giovanni Agnelli bought a very rare Ferrari 375 America Pininfarina chassis 0355 GT – custom made especially for him

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Gianni Agnelli

The car was the 12th and last of the 375 America built, and had a 4.9L Lampredi V12 engine and 3 weber carbs. Sadly Agnelli would only keep the car for four years, before selling it on in 1959. Who would have guessed that only 14 years after he ordered this Ferrari – Giovanni Agnelli would take control of Ferrari through FIAT.

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