Faralli & Mazzanti Antas V8 was shown off at the Top Marques
exhibit held in Monte Carlo from the 20th - 23 rd April 2006.
Faralli & Mazzanti are a well respected Italian coach builder
and classic car restorer. Their previous projects included the
Maserati 450 Coupe Zagato ' the Monster', driven by Stirling
Moss at the 1957 Le Mans 24 Hour race.
The Faralli & Mazzanti Antas V8 was influenced and inspired
by past production processes and materials of luxury Italian
cars from the 1930s to the 1960s. This golden era of Italian
motoring produced some of the most collectable and revered designs
to this day.
The prototype Faralli & Mazzanti Antas V8 is based on a
steel tube frame with a had made aluminium body on top. The
build process is very different to the mass produced vehicles
of 21st century. Instead the Faralli & Mazzanti Antas V8
has been lovingly hand built by a team of automotive experts
who have followed the hand drawn plans. Nothing was created
Powering the Faralli & Mazzanti Antas V8 is a carburetor
equipped Maserati V8 providing old school grunt. Buyers of the
Faralli & Mazzanti Antas V8 will each get a blue velvet
case containing a silver plate bearing the identification numbers
and a DVD and book documenting the build process of their very
Similar and related vehicles:
Faralli & Mazzanti Vulca