1955 Pegaso Tipo Z-102B Saoutchik Coupe | Image Courtesy of Blackhawk Collection
Pegaso was the only Spanish car to receive international supercar status in the fifties. At the time, the company was government-backed and had experience building large 9 litre coaches. The Z102 made its first appearance at the 1951 Paris Auto Show. After that various models gained international reputation for advanced designs. In all, around 125 Tipo Z102’s were made only two of which received bodywork from Saoutchik.
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