A 1964 Pegaso Z-102 Berlinetta Series 2 – named after the mythical flying horse and built in the former factory of Spanish automotive/French aeronautical engineering company Hispano-Suiza.

Conceived as a direct competitor to Ferrari, the Pegaso was the fastest roadster of its day, with a top speed of 150mph. One of only 84 cars (each with its own unique coachwork) created between 1951 and 1958, this fully restored Concours champion (with coachwork by Saoutchik of Paris) can be yours for a mere €620,000+.


11 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. Alastair

    Hispano-Suiza didn’t make these. Pegaso, the entirely Spanish firm, who made the trucks of the same name did. They don’t owe anything to the historic linkage with Hispano-Suiza, being a completely domestically engineered and designed car.

  2. Gabby

    “a mere €620,000+” eh? I could get a two-up and two-down semi in Terenure for that, along with a wife and kids.

  3. DeKloot

    I drove one of those in Portugal about 4 years ago. Was another very rare Saoutchik Berlinetta in the most gorgeous azure blue ever. I have photos if interested. I adore Pegasos and top marks for posting!

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