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All things 'Maserati'. News of forthcoming models, owner's cars, tips, 'Marque' reunions and the odd touch of humour! In fact anything of interest to the 'Maseratista'.

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

Grille trident on a 1934 Maserati 4CS 1500 MM
You can click on some pictures for a better view!!
From Rossano in Italy.

"Caro Enrico,

Ti invio le foto della mia Maserati Biturbo Si (quella rossa) e della Biturbo 420i di Enzo(quella grigia) esposte all'esposizione di vetture particolari presso la sede del giornale quattroruote ove era esposta anche una splendida OSCA.

Quattroruote è il più importante giornale di auto in italia,una sua pubblicazione parallela Ruoteclassiche è dedicata a vetture d'epoca o di interesse storico come possono essere le biturbo o altre vetture più recenti.

Questo giornale organizza un paio di volte all'anno presso la sua sede di Rozzano (Milano) delle mostre scambio dove appassionati possono gratuitamente esporre o vendere le loro vetture.Vi arrivano numerosi appassionati come puoi vedere dalle foto vi sono anche auto stupende e rarissime,unica pecca che nell'ultima edizione del mese scorso non vi erano Maserati a parte le nostre che però abbiamo posteggiato nel parcheggio.

Saluti Rossano -"

"Dear Enrico,

I am sending you photos of my Maserati Biturbo Si (the red one!) and Enzo's Biturbo 420i (the grey one!) displayed at a classic car show near the offices of the car magazine 'Quattroruote' where there was also on display a splendid OSCA.

'Quattroruote' is the most important car magazine in Italy, their sister publication, 'Ruoteclassiche', is dedicated to classic cars or cars of historic interest which can include Maserati Biturbos and other more recent cars.

Twice a year, this magazine organises an 'Auto Jumble' close to its head office in Rozzano, near Milan, where enthusiasts can show or display for sale their cars. As can be seen from the photographs, many enthusiasts attend this event and there are many rare and fabulous motor cars on display. It is a great pity that at last month's show, ours were the only Maseratis on view.

Regards Rossano -"

Rossano's Biturbo Si and Enzo's Biturbo 420i at the show.

Biturbos at the show - already a classic!

A splendid OSCA Tipo S-187.

Enthusiasts admire this beautiful Alfa Romeo Montreal.

An Alfa Romeo 2000/2600 Spyder.

A Jaguar MkII in the Italian sunshine!
From Robin in the UK.

"Hi Enrico,

Thought you might enjoy this for a change!


As my other car is a Maserati. This is all I could afford!

Mark from Holland writes:


"Hello Enrico!

I have recently put together a wiring loom for the rear of my Tipo 116 Indy (see attached image). I am now in a position to offer similar looms to any owner of a Maserati Indy. All the wires are in black, but the connectors are numbered and a key will be added to explain the function of each wire and connector.

Extra wiring for the American side lights can be added if desired.

I think 250 euro is a reasonable price (considering the cost of materials and the many hours spent building it).

Greetings Mark.

If anyone is interested in one of Mark's loom he can be reached at:
From Maarten in The Netherlands.

"Hi Enrico,

I finally got my beautiful 1992/1993 Maserati 4.24v.


Even the onlooking horses can't believe how many
more there are under the bonnet of Maarten's Maser!!

Lots of veneered wood and leather!
From Alfonso in Italy.

"Il presidente della Repubblica Italiana, Carlo Azzelio Ciampi, si e' recato presso la Maserati di Modena per visionare in anteprima la nuova berlina del tridente il cui nome e' ancora segreto (come la linea definitiva...) Il Presidente che ha provato una 4200 gt ha ordinato un esemplare della berlina.... Diventera' la nuova auto presidenziale????

Ciao, Alfonso

The President of the Republic of Italy, Sig. Carlo Azzelio Ciampi, recently visited the Maserati factory in Modena for a private preview of the new four-door saloon at present under construction by the 'Casa del Tridente'. After a test drive in the 4200GT, the President ordered the first as yet unnamed saloon.....
Perhaps this will be the new Presidential car?????

Regards, Alfonso.

From The Official Maserati Web Site.

Have you visited the official Maserati website lately? If you haven't, you should. It's full of interesting new features. Just click HERE!


Dear Maseratisti,

Welcome to the very first newsletter. Each month, this exciting and informative newsletter compiled at Maserati HQ in Modena will be sent to you directly by email. The newsletter comes to you packed with information about the new contents on the website, keeping you abreast of what is new in the world of Maserati.

With the Geneva Motor Show fast approaching, we would like to offer you and up to two guests the chance to visit the Reserved Area of the Maserati stand. To take advantage of this wonderful opportunity, complete the login procedure in the Maserati Owners section of the website (also possible at A pop-up window with the booking form will appear. Fill in all the details and send by clicking on Enter. You will then receive an email of acknowledgement from Maserati that gives you a reservation number. A print out of this reservation number can be presented at the Maserati stand. We would like to remind you that this reservation number permits access only to the Reserved Area of the Maserati stand and not to the Motor Show, for which an entrance ticket is required.

Specials - In the section "Inside company", we are honoured to present a signed editorial by the CEO of Maserati, Antonello Perricone, who will bring us up to date with news and projects that Maserati is currently involved in.

In the new section "Today’s Cars", you can consult and download all the material concerning the Kubang, the GT Wagon that met with great success at the Detroit Motor Show.

The section "Heritage" contains two new monographs, one on the 3500 GT and the other on Maserati motorcycles.

In "Motor Sports", the monograph on the legendary Birdcage sits beside a detailed story about the 26B.

Community - Another appointment for true Maserati fans. This month, we tell you the story of Marcello Grigorov and his 3500 GT Spyder Vignale.

Coupé and Spyder - You can find all the information and images regarding the Coupé and Spyder (Year 2003 Models) in the sections reserved for these two models.

In "Maserati Services", click on "Master GT" to book your place on a driving course that Maserati organises at the Varano track.

Heritage - The monographs on some models of Maseratis have been enhanced by the addition of unique films for your enjoyment. These short historical films show single-seaters - like the 4CLT, A6GCM and 250 F to name just a few - in action.

Maserati Trophy - The countdown to the championship has begun and we have created a new point of access for all the news and information on the Maserati Trophy:

Gadgets - This abundant section offers you the opportunity to personalise your PC with the Maserati emblem. It has now been enriched with two exclusive calendars that can easily be downloaded from the “Calendars” section. Once installed, a calendar will appear on your screen. It will automatically change on the first day of each new month.

Check out the unique historic video footage now on view!!! They're Great!

From Christophe in Belgium.

Cristophe has sent me these photos of his 1997 2.8-litre Ghibli GT.

From Lee in the UK.

"Hi Enrico,

Just thought I'd send you this photo of my latest addition.
Hope & trust you are well. Maser season starts soon!!
(though I must confess I did take her out in the snow..........very carefully! I know very well what these things are like. Top down of course!)

Lee's latest addition, a 1991 Spyder.
From Grammatis in Germany.

"Dear Sir,

I found your side in the internet and it is really good and very informative!
I am a great fan of Maserati but it takes me a long time to own my first Maserati. It is a 1992 Biturbo Spyder with 56,000 km at the moment and I must say it is the best car I ever owned until now (believe me, I have owned many cars in the last 20 years).
I enclosed 3 pictures of my Maserati hoping you enjoy them.

With greetings from Germany,

Grammatis with his 1992 Spyder.

"My Spyder used to belong to my father in law who is a great fan of Italian cars, especially Maseratis.

He was the owner of the Spyder the last 5 years and last year he bought himself a Quattroporte IV.

He has many other Italian cars at the moment so he gave me the Spyder as a gift, from father to son. You can imagine how happy I was!"

Maseratis - cars for all the family.

The immaculate interior of Grammatis' gorgeous white Spyder.


"The engine is a 2-litre 18-valve V6 with fuel injection but without a catalytic convertor.

The car was imported from Italy in 1993 so it was a model for the Italian market.

The interior colour is black leather and grey alcantara.

The type and the size of wheels:

AZEV-LM-Rad 8.5J X 17H2 - ET25 - Typ E with Dunlop SP9000 size 225/35/ZR17 tyres.

Now that's what I call, a clean engine!

Hope to hear again from you and with greetings from Germany,



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