Maserati Kyalami - 1971-1983Details click here
The kyalami 2 + 2 coupe, the first maserati model to be introduced after the companys 1975 takeover by alejandro de tomaso, was actually a slightly restyled de tomaso longchamp with a maserati v8 engine and transmission. The car was named for the site of the south african grand prix where a cooper bearing a maserati v12 engine won the 1962 event
Maserati Royale - 1976Details click here
The first maserati royale quattroporte ii was introduced at the 1963 turin show and powered by a civilized version of the modenese firms famous twin-cam competition engine. It never sold in the anticipated numbers, but production continued until 1969, when it was replaced by an entirely new model which coachwork apart was effectively a four-door citroen sm.
Maserati Tipo 63 Birdcage - 1960Details click here
The tipo 63 got its name from the virtual forest of small steel tubes (all of which were between 10 and 15 mm in diameter) that framed its chassis and surrounded the 2.99-liter, midmount v12 engine that cranked out 330 hp
Matra - 1969Details click here
Piloting a matra m10, jackie stewart finished second to graham hill in 1968 formula one competition despite missing two races because of injuries. The following year, stewart drove the new ms80 to five grand prix victories. He won the world drivers title, and matra won the world championship for constructors.
Matra 670 - 1972-1973Details click here
For the 1972 season, matra built three new ms 670 racing barchettas for the sport formula. ms stood for matra-simca the two companies had been linked since 1969. The 670 was a direct development from the earlier 660 and, like its predecessor, possessed a monocoque body shell in which the engine was incorporated as a structural member.