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Maserati 26M

Maserati 26M.JPG
Maserati 26M
Manufacturer Maserati
Parent company
Production 1930
Assembly
Predecessor
Successor 8C
Class Race car
Platform
Layout FR layout
Engine 2.5 L Straight-8
(185 bhp)
Transmission 4 speed manual transmission
Wheelbase 2640 mm (103.9 in)
Weight 800 kg (1764 lb)

The Maserati 26M was a Grand Prix race car for Maserati between 1930 and 1934.

The 26M won one Grand Prix at Albi in 1934 in the hands of Rupert Featherstonhaugh.


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