1951 Pegaso Z102 Z-102SOLD

Pegaso Z-102

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Wilfredo Ricart, the highly innovative and creative engineer was the genius behind Pegaso. He had worked with Enzo Ferrari at Alfa Romeo in the role of technical director and decided that if Italy could produce a super car, so could Spain! The Firm of ENASA was revived from the vestiges of the Hispano-Suiza which in turn became Pegaso. Despite the obvious post-war austerity, Ricart set about producing a dry sump, quad cam engine complete with a five speed transaxle coupled with a De Dion rear axle. An astonishing achievement at the time!Originally conceived as Prototype BE 1 and was completed in 1951 and stunned the audience at the Salon de Paris later that year. Between 1953 and 1955, 0202 competed at Montjuich and Barajas circuits near Barcelona before being uprated and renumbered by the factory in 1955 to the current specification. The present owner bought the car in the late Sixties and it is to this day one of the earliest and most original prototypical Pegasos in existence.

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as of 2/6/2009

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