1951 | Pegaso Z-102
Vehicle detailsVehicle data
Make Pegaso Model Z-102 Model name Z-102 Year of manufacture 1951 Body style Coupe Body detail Coupe Power (kw/hp) 118/160 Cubic capacity (ccm) 2,472 Cylinders 8 Doors 2 Steering Right (RHD) Transmission Manual Drive Rear Fuel Petrol Exterior colour Blue Interior colour Red Interior material Others
1951 Pegaso Z102 Enasa Berlinetta
Named after “Pegasus” the mythical winged horse, the striking Spanish built Pegaso sports-car emerged at the 1951 Paris Salon, powered by a four-cam V8 engine. Manufactured by “Empresa Nacional de Autocamiones S.A.” (E.N.A.S.A) were responsible for building Pegasos from the early to mid–50s.
This example has an interesting history, it carries factory ENASA Berlineta coachwork and is the 13th chassis number built. It features the second series of lightweight coachwork, and was delivered new with the 2.8 litre engine and four-double carburetors, right hand drive and a split screen. It was entered into the 1952 Monaco Sports-car race driven by Juan Jover, but failed to qualify. In 1953, it became an experimental car to test supercharging, which became a common feature on several Pegasos and notably the race cars.
This fine Pegaso Z102 Berlinetta ENASA has been part of a significant collection since 2012 and is offered in excellent condition throughout.
Condition & Registration
Registered Ready to drive Vehicle-ID: 192489
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