35. 1954 Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta
What a sight: Maserati’s A6GCS Berlinetta! The car designed by the Italian luxury manufacturers was agile and dependable, and certainly appealing to eyes. With its tires that were proportionate enough to satisfy the delicate body-tire ratio, the car was extraordinarily good with handling. No wonder that Luigi Musso chose this, and won the third place in a 1,000-mile race in 1954 driving this work of art. Francesco Giardini took forth position driving the A6GCS in the following year too. The racers must have had an inclination towards beauty.