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Maserati 3500 Gt - 1959-1964Details click here
Maserati was a legend on the racetrack but almost unknown on the highway until march 20, 1959, when the little firm from modena unveiled its new 3500 gt at the geneva salon. For the first time, maserati offered a touring model that combined good road manners with the searing performance associated with the marque
Maserati 8 Ctf - 1938-1953Details click here
Built to challenge alfa romeo, auto-union and mercedes-benz racing cars on the grand prix circuit just before world war ii, the maserati 8 ctf paradoxically made its mark on the other side of the atlantic. One of the three built scored consecutive wins in the indianapolis 500.
Maserati 8cm - 1933-1934Details click here
Until the late 1940s, all maseratis were racing cars except for an occasional one that also doubled as a sports model. A rival of alfa romeo in grand prix racing from the beginning of the 1920s, maserati continued its efforts during the following decade. The three-litre, eight-cylinder maserati 8cm scored some major successes during 1933-34
Maserati A6g2 - 1954-1957Details click here
One of the earliest maserati production cars, the a6g2000 came in a variety of custom-built coupe and spyder (roadster) bodies by zagato, frua and allemano. Only 59 were made, and complete, restorable survivors now sell from $200,000 up.
Maserati Ghibli - 1966-1973Details click here
Asked to name his favorite designs, giorgio giugiaro recalled that his best year had been
1966, when he was working for ghia of turin. At
that years turin show, four of his most
outstanding bodies were premiered, including
the maserati ghibli, named for the warm wind
that blows from libya.
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