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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 Maserati 250F #CM10
You can click on some pictures for a better view!!

Dick Lovett, the Official Ferrari and Maserati agent in Swindon, will be presenting the fabulous new Maserati Quattroporte at the Bristol Italian Car Show this Saturday, the 1st May 2004.

The Dick Lovett Group's commitment to Ferrari Maserati is highlighted by its investment of more than £2.2 million in a completely refurbished facility in Swindon and a second dealership in Cardiff.

From Jimmy

Jimmy has kindly sent me photos of his 1974 Indy painted in its original stunningly beautiful Verde Indy

From Rossano of Repartocorse in Italy

"Caro Enrico,

Mi dispiace che tu non possa venire ad Orvieto, anche i Tedeschi non vi partecipano in quanto è troppo lontano per loro per cui vengono solo a Monza.

Ti invio le foto che ho fatto dopo aver montao la barra duomi di un Ghibli sulla mia Si. l'installazione ha comportato la modifica dell'air-box, però adesso è molto più rigida suil'avantreno sopratutto in curva.




"Dear Enrico,

I am sorry that you won't be able to make it to Orvieto, the Germans aren't coming either as it is too far for them to come for a one day event, so they are coming to Monza instead.

I have attached some photos I took after fitting a SPARCO strut brace from a Ghibli to my Biturbo Si. The fitting required some modification to the air-box, but now the car's front assembly is far more rigid especially when cornering.



From Valerio in Italy

"Hi Enrico,

Thank you very much for your helpful reply regarding my Quattroporte IV!

I bought the car in Pescara (Italy) from a single owner in Jannuary 2004.

I do my best compliments for your website!


From Henny in the UK

"More Maserati photo opportunities from the camera of Henny Cate!

Thanks Henny."


SILVERSTONE: A Maserati Tipo 8C in the paddock at the Coy's International in 1987

PARIS: Henny's Maserati Indy at the start of the 2002 Euro-Classic.
From a lucky ...... in Germany!

"Hi *****,

Have you seen the MC12 currently for sale on the internet at €812,000.00 ?




"Dear Enrico,

I had a better experience - I drove one!!!!! Customer day in Fiorano last week. I was there with one of the customers of the MC-12 who invited me to come and drive the car. Drove the race car as well AND the Enzo!





From Mehmet in Turkey

"Hi Enrico,

Here are a couple of photos taken at the launch of the MC12 at the recent Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland.




"What a car!!!!"

Elegant and Elitist!!!!

"From any angle, sheer quality!!!!"

More horsepower for the GranSport!!!!
Cristophe Grohe in Switzerland

A 1967 MASERATI Quattroporte I (2a serie) Race Circuit Fire Tender

Original white with original black leather interior. All steel body. Left-hand drive.

One of only five cars built as fire tenders for use on Italian racing circuits of that period.

In its day these five cars were a sensation and were immediately named the 'the fastest fire tenders in the world'.


This Maserati Quattroporte fire tender was powered by a 4.2-litre V8 four-cam engine delivering 260 bhp at 5200 rpm. It is equipped with a manual 5-speed ZF gearbox, Girling disc brakes and Borrani steel wheels. It weighs around 1750 Kg and has a top speed of about 225 kph.

This car is one of five cars built in 1967 by CEA (Construzione Estintori Anticendio of Bologna, Italy). They adapted a factory Frua limousine by cutting out part of the roof and the boot compartment. The car was used in the 70's in several Italian race meetings.


In 1987 all the five cars built were sold to a discerning Austrian collector. Of those five car he kept the best one for his own collection; this is that actual car and is currently offered for sale. The car was last used in 1989 on the Coupe de l'Age d'Or at Monthléry and has been in dry storage ever since.

This car would fit perfectly into any race car collection, or Maserati collection or could be used on any private race circuit.


More details are available on-line at

Further information upon request from


My thanks to Mr Grohe for allowing me to publish these photos.


The Quattroporte Fire Tender has now been sold!

From Gert in Belgium


I came across this rare Maserati Coupe with the following caption - 'Very rare coupe built by Pavesi. Only 5 built and only 2 left', and thought you might be interested.

Do you have any more information about this car?



A rare Maserati Quattroporte III, sorry Dueporte Coupe!!!!

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