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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

Fuel filler flap 'Trident' on a
Maserati Quattroporte II by Bertone
You can click on some pictures for a better view!!
A Sign of the Times!!

Anyone doubting the upsurge of interest in things Maserati would only have to look at the price paid at an on-line auction for this 1950s Official Dealer sign that had been hanging outside a garage in Sydney for 20 years before the owner closed down and for the past 30 years has been hanging proudly on the seller's garage wall. This enamel sign measured 38 ins (955 mm) by 25 ins (620 mm).

If you know of one going cheap, please let me know!


PRICE REALISED US $1,700 (about GB £1,100)!!!

The price included the chips, rust marks and the hole!
From Paritat in Thailand.

"I am looking for alternative wheels for my Shamal preferably 9x18 inches for the front and 10x18 inches for the rear. There are two things that I wish to know which are:

1) The hole for nuts is 5x98 (like Alfa) or 5x100 (like BMW).

2) The offset of the wheel.

Attached are four pictures of my new project that I took this afternoon without washing it first.

I really appreciated your rapid reply as I understand that you must have hundreds of questions to reply each day from around the world.




Marcello Gandini penned this 170 mph super car.

The Shamal: Maserati's V8 326 bhp muscle car!

Note the traditional styled Maserati badge on the bonnet.

Right-hand-drive Shamals were finished in wood veneer!
From Jerry in the UK.

Jerry sent me this photo of his Sebring 2a serie.

He wrote to me asking if I had taken any photos of the interior of the silver Sebring 2a Serie which won its class at the Maserati Club Concours at Stanford Hall. Unfortunately I was unable to do so due a combination of bad weather and the owner not being around when I was.

If anyone has any photos of this interior or any other photos of the interior of this model, could you please send them to me and I will pass them on. Thank you!


Jerry's Sebring 2a serie in Maserati surroundings!
From Matjaz in Slovenia.
Matjaz has kindly sent me these photos of his 2-litre Ghibli MY94.
From George in the Netherlands.

George Lipperts has kindly sent me this cartoon by Richter that appeared in a magazine.


"What do I do? I drive a Maserati."
From Modena, Italia.

Maserati Back on Track! - Maserati test the new 'Trofeo'.

20th June 2002 - Track development of the Maserati Trofeo has started at the Fiorano test track in Italy. The Trofeo, a development of the new Coupé Cambiocorsa, incorporates a series of modifications for the track, including specific spring and damper ratings, racing bucket seat, a full safety roll cage, rear spoiler, uprated brakes, bigger wheels and tyres and a specially modified engine management unit.

With this test, Maserati commences a programme that will see the Marque return to the track next year. The Trofeo Maserati monomarque series, will commence in 2003 and will be raced over 7 rounds, at some of the most important circuits in Italy, France, Germany, Spain and England.

This track debut of the Maserati Trofeo represents the official return to motor racing for the 'Casa del Tridente'. In its motor racing Roll of Honour, Maserati can boast two victories in the Indianapolis 500 and a World Formula One Driver's Championship.

At the wheel of the car was Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro’s test driver Luciano Burti. Burti began testing at 11:30 am and ended at 6:30 pm in which time he completed some 50 laps recording a best lap time of 1 min 26.605 secs.

"First impressions? It's a nice car to drive. Today, we worked on the car step by step, making adjustments and additions, like the rear wing, without any major problems." said Burti. "We are still in the early stages in the development of this car and we are very satisfied with the progress made so far."

For more information check out Classic Driver

The new 'Trofeo' at home on the track

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