Described as a masterpiece of motor sport history, the Porsche 360 Cisitalia GP OW 1948 is a spectacular example of post-war design and engineering. Its unique colour scheme of Almandin Blue, Oak Green and Ivory White offers a glimpse into its illustrious past, while the voluptuous bodywork and flowing lines hint at the innovation that propelled it to its legendary status. Powered by a Type 360/1 1.5L flat-eight air-cooled engine, with a magneto ignition and two Weber double body carburetors, this beautifully engineered machine takes its place in the pantheon of iconic Porsche models with grace and panache. The car has a four-speed manual gearbox with a lateral lever mechanism and trailing clutch, allowing the driver to rocket through the rev range with ease. The fuel tank has a capacity of 29 litres and a maximum speed of around 181 km/h, testifying to its raw power. Porsches suspension system is a thing of beauty, with a mix of transverse and longitudinal leaves, as well as hydraulic shock absorbers combining to create a smooth ride and excellent handling. The iconic silver-plated wheels have a wave pattern that adhere to the aerodynamic design of the time and a wooden trim sets off the dashboard with the sort of luxurious style befitting such a beautiful machine. Finally, the Porsche 360 Cisitalia GP OW 1948 is a true motor cycle enthusiasts dream come true an eye-catching blend of unrivalled engineering, iconic design, and opulent style all rolled into one.
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