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So if you have any news about Maseratis or have anything owners and enthusiasts should know, send details to

Grille trident on a Maserati 5000 GT Allemano
You can click on some pictures for a better view!!
From Saica Classic Motorsport in Spain

"Hi Frans and fellow Maseratisti,

My thanks to Antonio for pointing me in the direction of Saica Classic Motorsport of Valencia, Spain.

Saica Classic Motor Sport carried out this magnificent restoration of Maserati 5000GT by Bertone #AM104*004* and have very kindly granted me permission to publish these coloured photos.

A fine piece of work on a truly classic Maserati!



©Saica Classic Motorsport

The Maserati 5000GT by Bertone #AM104*004*
©Saica Classic Motorsport
©Saica Classic Motorsport
©Saica Classic Motorsport
©Saica Classic Motorsport
From Antonio in Spain

"Hi Enrico,

Recently I found some very interesting period pictures:

A Maserati Tipo 108 at the 1965 Barcelona Trade Fair and a Maserati Tipo 108 at the 1967 Barcelona Motor Show.

Please, feel free to share them!




Maserati Tipo 108 #AM108*002* on the Maserati stand at the 1965 Barcelona Trade Fair - Automobile Sector
Maserati 3500 G.T.I. by Carrozzeria Touring
Concessionaire: Auto Paris, Barcelona - Colour: red - Interior: black leather - Constructed: May 1965

Maserati Tipo 108 #AM108*008* on the Maserati stand at the 1967 Barcelona Motor Show
Maserati 3700 G.T.I. by Carrozzeria Touring
Concessionaire: Auto Paris, Barcelona - Colour: silver - Interior: blue leather - Constructed: April 1967
From the UK

"Hi Biturbo owners!

Thought you might like to see a Biturbo that was the sole Maserati, driven by Bruno Giacomelli and Armin Hahne, raced in the World Touring Car Championship back in 1987. The first World Touring Car Championship commenced on March 22, 1987 and ended on November 15 after only eleven races. A second series was resurrected in 2005.

This Biturbo now forms part of the private collection of Sig Gianni Giudici. Gianni Giudici is well known to Maserati enthusiasts having raced in the Ghibli Open Cup series back in 1995 and 1996, a Maserati Trofeo Light in the Italian GT series in 2004 and 2005, and a Maserati Gransport Light in the FIA GT3 series in 2006.



Photo courtesy of Scuderia Giudici
Photo by kind permission of Glyn Parham

The Sala W Racing/Imberti Maserati Biturbo at Silverstone in 1987

The Maserati Ghibli Open Cup driven by Gianni Giudici back in 1996
Copyright Maserati Press Office

2005 - Maserati Trofeo Light driven by Gianni Giudici and Diego Romanini
Copyright Maserati/Studio Mazzi

2006 - Maserati GranSport Light driven by Gianni Giudici and Lorenzo Casé

For those interested in the history of Touring Car racing, Frank de Jong has an excellent and informative web site at

From the UK

"Hi Biturbo owners!

At last a book devoted to the Biturbo-era cars; the Biturbos and Biturbo Spyders, the 420, 425, and 430, the 228, the Karif, the 2.24v, 4.24v and Racing, the Ghibli, Ghibli GT and Ghibli Cup, the Shamal and the Quattroporte IV.

And it's only GB £19.95!

Well worth the money!



Click on this cover to view the content
From Pierre in France

"Hi Enrico!

First of all many thanks for this fabulous website.

I bought some weeks ago a 1989 Biturbo Si (331BOSI) and I'm looking for 15-inch alloy wheels to fit my car. Later Biturbos were fitted with 15-inch wheels but with a 5 stud bolt pattern...

So could you help me to find such 15-ich wheels with 4 studs ???

You know that the original ones are 7J14 CH-E0, do 7J15 CH-E0 wheels exist??? Italian models should be the best of course...

Congratulations again...

Kind regards.


From Frans in The Netherlands

"Dear Enrico,

Being a long time Maserati fan, I enjoy your site very much!

I'm particulary searching for pictures of the Maserati 5000 GT by Bertone (Giugiaro). They seem to be particulary scarce.

I found a few in old books, all black and white. Does anyone have colour pictures of it?

The attached photos were taken at SpaItalia last week-end.

Best regards,



"Hi Maseratisti,

If anyone out there has any coloured photos of the Maserati 5000GT by Bertone, please email them to me at, and I will pass them on to Frans.

Thank you.


The Maserati 5000GT by Bertone - photos courtesy of Maserati
SpaItalia 2007

Maserati GS Zagato

Maserati GS Zagato

Maserati 3500GT Spyder Vignale

Maserati 3500 GT

Maserati Ghibli SS

Maserati Indy

Maserati Quattroporte IV

Maserati Quattroporte III

Maserati Shamal

Maserati Khamsin

Maserati Ghibli SS

Maserati Ghibli Spyder

Maserati 3500GT

Maserati Indy America

Maserati Ghibli SS

Maserati Ghibli GT

Steve Hart at the wheel of his Maserati Tipo 300S

Maserati at SpaItalia

Maserati 3500GT

Maserati Khamsin

Maserati Ghibli

Maserati Ghibli

Maserati Tipo 61 'Birdcage'

Maserati Tipo 61 'Birdcage'

Maserati Ghibli Spyder
From Gert in Belgium

"Hi Guys,

Thanks for being in Spa.

We had a great day on sunday with even more Maseratis ...

Enrico did you see the Maserati GS Zagato? It came in a bit later maybe you missed it.

By the way for your information, 107 Maseratis were there in total for the weekend, 34 different models. Plus one OSCA!


Gert ."


"Hi Gert,

I enjoyed the trip very much indeed and it was great to meet up with you all. I made a big mistake in thinking that I could do the trip in one day, having lost the Friday night's sleep, I was in a bit of a daze on the Saturday. It's a good job the Prag was doing all the driving - he's a lot younger than me. I lost two nights sleep during that visit to SpaItalia and I've only just recovered.

The event was okay and as you said, I expected more to arrive on the Sunday, it's nearly always the case.

We spotted the Maserati GS Zagato on the way out, but it was too late for taking photos. It looks very Maserati, elegantly understated!

I'm sorry we had to "rush off" - Prag will be 40 later this month and he is having a big party. He wanted to buy some champagne in France before the shops/supermarkets closed. We had been told that they closed at 6:00pm. As it turned out we needn't have hurried as they closed at 10:00. We could have stayed for another couple of hours at least.

I was very impressed with the turn-out. It was well supported by the Belgians, the Dutch and the French and it was good to see members from the German Club there.

How did the dinner go?

There were spaces for six cars outside the SpaItalia Boutique. I spotted the 250F, 250S, Type 61, OSCA Mt4 2AD and the GS Zagato. What was the other Maserati?

I'll sort out the photos for the weekend. I was waiting for Prag to send me his.

All the best,



Tipo 250F

Tipo 250SI

Tipo 61 'Birdcage' '2457

The other Maserati - A 1952 Tipo 151 recreation


Maserati GS Zagato


From Juha in Finland

"Dear Enrico,

Attached a few pictures of the bumper.

I will be happy to provide the potential buyer with plenty of detailed photos and information.

The bumper is an original part and will reguire proper craftsman attention and new chrome.

A re-manufactured piece can be obtained via MIE, but it´s pricey: around 2,900 USD + shipping ITALY-USA-Final destination + relevant taxes and duties + the cost of having it chromed.

I am asking 1200 EUROS + shipping costs.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information at

Best Regards,






From Daniel in Spain

"Hi Enrico!

For my Ghibli SS, I need the 4-pipe exhaust system by ANSA or a copy.

I attach some photographs of the sports exhaust system by manufactured by ANSA for the Ghibli SS, it is fantastic!

I am looking for a manufacturer specialising in custom building an exhaust system to replicate the ANSA system for my Ghibli SS.

Do you know of vsuch a workshop? Thank you very much.











From Mehmet in Turkey

"Hello Enrico,

Here are some photos that may be of interest to you. It is the 'bellissima' Maserati GranTurismo.




The Maserati GranTurismo prototype out on test






The Maserati GranTurismo on display at a Maserati showroom in Zurich (Foitech)...










From Roger in the UK


I thought you might like some photos of last Sunday’s Breakfast Club at Goodwood. The theme was “Supercars”, so the question was would my newly acquired Merak SS (ex Dave Roberts) be “super” or not? Fortunately his lordship’s chief parking steward was a gentleman of impeccable good taste! Mind you, one had to be there early to get the best spots, and I managed to bag a good one right in front of the pits.

The beautiful weather brought out a good selection of cars, super and otherwise, old and new. Maseratis were well represented, with my own Merak SS accompanied by another Merak, a Bora, and a brace each of 3200GTs and Coupes.

And the bacon rolls were as good as ever!

Best regards,



Breakfast Club at Goodwood

Breakfast Club at Goodwood





Roger's latest acquisition, a concours winning Merak SS



"Hi Roger,

Thank you for the photos and congratulations on your latest acquisition. It's a really nice example.

Good to hear that the bacon rolls were good. Unlike the breakfast I received in the paddock "Sports Bar" at Silverstone the other week!

And the bacon rolls were as good as ever!

Best regards,



British catering at its best:
Please note the succulent beautifully prepared 'easy-over' eggs, the undercooked
'crispy' bacon, the haricot beans in a tomato jus and the untoasted 'golden-brown' toast!
Oh, and I almost forgot, the great British banger (that's the sausage)!
From Jacques in France

"Amis amateurs d'anciennes, bonjour

Elle est donc là ! Enfin arrivée dans la région.

Nouvellement immatriculée 291 BWK 06, la Buick 55 est entre les mains des docteurs qui soignent son démarreur un peu fatigué.

Bientôt d'agréables ballades le coude à la portière....




"Good morning friends and classic car enthusiasts

She is there! Finally arrived in the region.

Newly registered as 291 BWK 06, the Buick 55 is in the hands of doctors who are nursing a tired starter.

Soon the pleasant sounds of le coude à la portière....







Regarding Maserati Mexico #AM112*214*

The following information was provided by a Maserati enthusiast:

This Mexico was sold to Mr BEGUIN in December 1967.

The original colour was argento with black leather interior.

THEPENIER had to take in 2 Jaguars from Mr BEGHIN (one E-Type and one S-Type for 43,000 FF).

The car has no particular options.

The Mexico #214 was a demonstration car for the garage.




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