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MASERATI V4 – Borzacchini 1930 Tripoli Grand Prix

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Obtained with a special digital painting technique, this painting on canvas is part of a limited series collection (100 numbered pieces) representing different subjects taken from photographs linked to Maserati's history. The 16-cylinder Maserati appeared for the first time in 1929, making its debut at the Italian Grand Prix, where Baconin Borzacchini achieved the world Class C speed record over 10 km at 246.069 km/h in Cremona. The canvas reproduces the V4 driven by Borzacchini who, in 1930, won Maserati's first outright Grand Prix victory in Tripoli (Africa) against the toughest European drivers. On its rear side, each picture features the certificate of authenticity that guarantees the uniqueness of the work. Each canvas is signed by Ermanno Cozza, a historian who has collaborated with the company for over fifty years now and who has become a legendary figure for the House of the Trident. The canvas size is 35 X 50 centimetres / 13.78 x 19.68 inches.
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Obtained with a special digital painting technique, this painting on canvas is part of a limited series collection (100 numbered pieces) representing different subjects taken from photographs linked to Maserati's history. The 16-cylinder Maserati appeared for the first time in 1929, making its debut at the Italian Grand Prix, where Baconin Borzacchini achieved the world Class C speed record over 10 km at 246.069 km/h in Cremona. The canvas reproduces the V4 driven by Borzacchini who, in 1930, won Maserati's first outright Grand Prix victory in Tripoli (Africa) against the toughest European drivers. On its rear side, each picture features the certificate of authenticity that guarantees the uniqueness of the work. Each canvas is signed by Ermanno Cozza, a historian who has collaborated with the company for over fifty years now and who has become a legendary figure for the House of the Trident. The canvas size is 35 X 50 centimetres / 13.78 x 19.68 inches.
MASERATI V4 – Borzacchini 1930 Tripoli Grand Prix
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