Making of | 24.09.2018
One of the most recent Automobilist projects was commissioned by Maserati, which wanted to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its first Gran Turismo: the 3500GT prototype affectionately known as Dama Bianca, or White Dame. It was the star of the 1957 Geneva Salon, setting the template for the production car with only minor design tweaks and announcing Maserati’s ambitious foray into the series production of grand tourers after withdrawal from racing earlier that year. However, sixty years on, a fresh challenge presented itself: today the White Dame no longer exists, presumed destroyed once its promotional duties were fulfilled.
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