Maserati T26 M Sport 1930
2014 Antwerp Concours - Wijnegem (B)
Tipo 26 was the first car made by the Maserati brothers under their own name. You'd expect it would be called the Tipo 1 but instead they named it after its year of introduction: 1926. This M version is a later iteration of that design, made between 1930 and 1932. Only 13 were sold and 6 of those were in "Sport" trim, meant for long distance races. The others were single seater Grand Prix cars, explaining the M for "Monoposto".