Pegaso Z-102 Coupe Aerodinamica Cúpula 1951

Discussion in 'Cars' started by BloodHawk, May 28, 2015.

  1. BloodHawk

    BloodHawk

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    The above Pegaso Z102 is one of just two built and the sole survivor fitted with the so called 'Cupola' coupe bodywork. Built by the factory the coupe body sports an unusually large and bulbuous rear window, which resulted in the 'Cupola' nickname. It was displayed at the 1953 New York Auto Show before being sold to President Trujillo of the Dominican Replubic. That's when it received its second nickname 'El Dominicano.' Originally painted yellow with red wheels, it has more recently been repainted silver. For nearly two decades it was part of the Rosso Bianco collection and is now in the Louwman Collection where it is pictured above.

    Displacement: 2,472 cc
    Power: 250 bhp @ 6,800 rpm
    Weight: 1,300 kilo / 2,866 lbs
    Gearbox: 5 speed Manual

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  2. JKgo

    JKgo

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    Wow. Just wow. Yer sure this is from 50s?
     
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  3. MobilMalik

    MobilMalik (Banned)

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    250 hp seems quite good for a 50s car. :tup:
     
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  4. BunBunMaru

    BunBunMaru

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    Beautiful car, I love that rear window.