Maserati, another of Italy's famous marques, formed originally for motorsport. The brand can trace its heritage back to the 1930s when it was founded by five brothers. In 1938 the company was taken over by a large Italian industrial company, Orsi, and production concentrated on race-cars. By the late 1950s the company had decided to produce road-going models and announced the 3500GT in 1957.
A series of well made performance GT cars followed throughout the 1960s and 1970s along with various four-door saloons. By 1968 the company had been purchased by French giant Citroen, which resulted in the quirky highbred Citroen SM. By the 1970s the company had been sold to De Tomaso and has changed hands again more recently to Ferrari.
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The Mistral may be the most underappreciated Maserati ever produced. The Frua design is clean and pleasant from any angle. The build quality is excellent with many nice details. The body is approximately 70% aluminum and 30% steel making for a structure that is both light and strong. The 4 liter straight six cylinder engine provides snappy performance and a wonderful exhaust note. This car was re
1967 Maserati Ghibli with Matching Numbers This 1967 Maserati Ghibli 4.7 Coupe is an excellent matching numbers example with absolutely no rust. Red with black leather interior. Just out of 20 year ownership, this Ghibli has been sitting for the last 10 years and is not currently running but the motor turns freely. Cosmetically presentable with a very straight and solid body. The pr
Lowered price from €19.950 -> €17.500 When Alejandro de Tomaso acquired Maserati in 1976, he had ambitious plans for the marque. His plan was to combine the prestige of Maserati with a sports car that would be more affordable than the earlier high-priced models that had traditionally made up the Maserati range. In fact, the company ceased making sports cars developed under Citroën ownership a
THE ULTIMATE MASERATI 4200 SPIDER GT F1 CAMBIOCORSA ONE OWNER, EXCEPTIONAL 32.000 GENUINE KMS • Marque : MASERATI • Model : 4200 SPIDER F1 • Year: 2001 • Price euro: 39.800 • Chassis n. : 4912 • Engine : V8 ( THE SAME ENGINE OF FERRARI 430) • Capacity: 4244cc • Gearbox : F1 CAMBIOCORSA • Km : GENUINE 32.000 • Owners : ONLY ONE SINCE NEW • Interior :BLACK LEATHER