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Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage

The model of Maserati Tipo 61 birdcage car is originally a sports car in the racing industry that was launched in the early segment of the 1960s. Unveiled and released within a time period of 1959 and the 1961 by the automaker group of Maserati for the racing and sports events, this car is also inclusive of the 24 hours classical endurance of the Le Mans. The design of the car is done with excellent tubular shaped chassis with space framing, it also consists of 200 chromolic tubes made of steel which are adjusted together, thus making up for the name of Birdcage. The process of manufacture for this car also makes it a strong and rigid one that is constructed with light weight chassis in comparison to the other sports car of the same time period. The team of Camoradi also gained immense popularity with the launch and growth of the Tipo 61 Birdcage version. Nevertheless it was witnessed that despite the fact that it combined different advanced features and qualifications, the car Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage failed to win the reliability and credibility among car enthusiasts due to sudden problems in the drive train process. 

Produced during the time span of 1959-1961, there was only 16 units of this car and designed by Giulio Alfieri under the category of sports racing car with two seat body styling and FR layout option. It is loaded with an engine of 2890.3 cc and four inline cylinder that are adjusted with two Weber 48 DC03 carburettors and transmission of 5 manual speeds. The dimension of this car is measured to be wheelbase 2,200 mm or 87 in and curb weight of 600 kg or 1,300 lb. 

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