.... probably the finest collection of Le Mans racing Maseratis outside Italy!

Rosso Bianco Collection
Art and Auto Forum
Obernauer Straße 125
D-63743 Aschaffenburg
Deutschland - Germany
Tel: +49 6021 21358

David Thomas of "book selling" fame had mentioned the rare Maseratis in the Rosso Bianco Car Collection to me some time ago and had kindly presented me with some photographs which he confessed had been taken in very poor light (his flash wasn't working!). No matter how hard I tried, with the help of some of the best software available, I was unable to reproduce any decent copies for this site, so I decided that this time en route to Italy I would visit the museum and endeavour to bring these exciting Maseratis closer to you.

The Rosso Bianco Collection is situated on the outskirts of Aschaffenburg, near Frankfurt on Main in Germany. It justifiably boasts the "greatest collection of Alfa Romeos in the world", the "greatest collection of Lancias in Europe" and the "greatest collection of Ferraris in Germany", but I was there to see its fine collection of racing and road-going Maseratis. I was not disappointed and I would recommend a visit to any fan of exotic Italian automobiles.

I would like the thank the Rosso Bianco Auto Museum for allowing me access to these fabulous machines to photograph what I think is one of the most interesting Maserati collections in Europe outside the Panini Museum.


- Exit the E41/3 Autobahn at Junction 59 (Aschaffenburg Ost).

- Follow directions for Aschaffenburg, continue in a straight ahead direction along the Schönbornstraße for around 1.2 km.

- Carry straight on into Schillerstraße for another 2.0 km.

- Straight ahead across the River Main via the Ebertbrücke bridge.

- Carry on straight ahead along the Westring and across the Adenauerbrücke bridge.

- After the bridge turn left at the traffic lights, following the directions for Obernau, into Obernauer Straße.

- Continue along this road for about 1 km and you will see the Rosso Bianco Auto Museum on your left-hand side.

From April until October opening hours at the museum are from 10.00 am until 6.00 pm from Tuesday till Sunday (Closed Mondays).

Admission costs €6.00 for adults and €3.00 for senior citizens, the handicapped, children and students. Family tickets are available for up to five persons at €17.00.

I promise you will find the visit very rewarding no matter what make of car you favour!!!


The reception area and shop; full of interesting books and souvenirs

One of the many motoring paintings and prints on display

The inspired paintwork on the old wool dying machine.

A Citroën SM Club plus a Merak on a visit to the Rosso Bianco Collection.








MASERATI GTs and Spyders.

The collection also has an interesting selection of road-going Maseratis including a 3500 GT by Touring, a 3500 GT Spyder by Vignale, a 3.7-litre Mistral Coupe, a 3.7-litre Spyder (with the rare factory hard-top), a Ghibli SS Coupe, an 4.2-litre Indy Coupe and a gorgeous A6G 2000 Spyder by Frua.






CLICK HERE to view the Tipo 63, the Tipo 65,
the Tipo 151/1 and the Tipo 151/3.

1961 Tipo 63 #63006

1965 Tipo 65 #65002

1962 Tipo 151/1 LM Coupe #151,006

1964 Tipo 151/3 LM Coupe

CLICK HERE to view the Tipo 300S, the OSCA 2000 Desmodronic,
the Cooper Maserati and Maserati Art.

1957 Tipo 300S #3073

1960 OSCA 2000 Desmodronic

1956 Cooper-Maserati Mk V

Maserati Art

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