The unit made by Slot Classic was built in 1954, number 56 according to the factory order. It was one of the few items featuring a compressor, as requested by the original buyer. The engine was later replaced by a double carburettor 3:21 litter. Besides, the bonnet intake was removed.
With these modifications the car was driven by Alex Soler Roig to the absolute victory in the 1959 climb of Monserrat. This was the very last first position of a Pegaso in a competition.
Three more owners came before the present one. The second owner used it in autocross races with Alfa Romeo 2.500/6C mechanics, after turning it into a spyder. In 1984 it is bought by its present owner in terrible condition. After a long restoration period, with great assistance by the associaton “Amigos del Pegaso Sport” (“Friends of Pegaso Sport”) they take it back to a full working order, even solving endemic problems of the Pegaso cars, like the excessive mechanics heating and a short braking system. Over four years he ran the 1000 miles as well as some european speed tests like Montlhery, Nürburgring or Monza.
The decoration of this model reproduced by Slot Classic belongs to the historic 1000 miles of 1988, being the colors red and yellow the tipical decoration of the spanish competition cars of that period.
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