Left in the Shed: 1984 Maserati Biturbo

Many of us have had project cars we always intended to work on, but time and life have gotten in the way. Sometimes, it also seemingly make sense to pick up a car for cheap even with no direct… more»

Nicest One Left? 18K-Mile 1985 Maserati Biturbo

“While Maserati’s choice to use twin turbochargers is consistent with Formula One performance standards, it is also unique. The new Maserati, all aluminum, V-6 engine is the only passenger car engine that uses two turbochargers, one per cylinder bank.”… more»

35K Miles: 1991 Chrysler TC Maserati

When a car that is typically maligned by the enthusiast community shows up as an apparently well-loved example, the overall vibe is much different than the majority of similar models that pop up for sale. The Chrysler TC by… more»

20k Mile 1985 Maserati Biturbo For $5,950

Has the Maserati Biturbo finally become a car worth owning after years of being a bit of a joke? I’m going to go out on a very risky limb and say yes – the day has come for the… more»

Fresh From Storage: 1969 Maserati Ghibli 4.7 Coupe Project

Finally, an exotic that hasn’t seen a 100-point restoration. Gooding & Company is representing this 1969 Maserati Ghibli coupe at no reserve in its December 8th Geared Online auction. The bidding has reached $61,000 – still well under the… more»

Italian Thoroughbred: 1967 Maserati Mistral 4000 Coupe

While many might consider the Maserati Mistral an Italian sports car, the company produced and marketed it as a two-seat Grand Tourer. Its distinctive styling guarantees the rare exotic can turn as many heads today as it did when… more»

Five Speed: 1971 Maserati Indy

When a manufacturer shifts its attention from two-seat sports cars to four-seat grand tourers, execution must be impeccable – or customers will decamp. For Maserati – having birthed the Ghibli in 1967 as a follow-on to its two-seaters (the… more»

38k Original Miles: 1979 Maserati Merak SS

It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That is undoubtedly true with classic cars. That is why some enthusiasts consider the Maserati Merak one of the most beautiful Italian supercars of all time, while… more»

Saved at Auction: 1984 Maserati Biturbo

Isn’t it amazing that the Maserati Biturbo is still being talked about all these years later? For a car that’s been maligned since pretty much the day it was first sold new in the states, the peak of 80s… more»

Low Miles? 1985 Maserati Biturbo

Maserati’s ownership history was a constant shuffle from its founding. Formed by Alfieri Maserati along with several of his brothers in 1914, the company was sold to Adolfo Orsi after 23 years. Thirty years on, Citroen took over the… more»

One of 20 Made: 1956 Maserati A6G/54 Zagato Berlinetta

Some of the results from the auctions taking place at Monterey over the last few days suggest that the high end of the collector car market may be experiencing some tightening. Some of the marquee vehicles were either no… more»

The Economical Maserati? 1975 Merak

I am learning that I don’t know my Maseratis (and there’s a lot of other car stuff that I don’t know either), but the Merak (’72-’83) is a new one for me. I’m familiar with the Bora but don’t… more»

Four-Door Biturbo: 1986 Maserati 425

1986 gave us many things, including the Chornobyl nuclear disaster, the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion and the tragic loss of seven crew members, and let’s not forget mad cow disease. That fateful year also produced a four-door twin-turbo Maserati… more»

Backyard Exotic: 1974 Maserati Merak

While the Maserati Merak has historically been one of the more under-loved sports cars, it’s still a small tragedy to see one laid up like this. The listing has next to no information, but I suppose there isn’t much… more»

U-Assemble Project: 1968 Maserati Ghibli

Parts is parts, right? Well, if putting a puzzle together is your thing, here’s an opportunity in the form of a fairly rare 1968 Maserati Ghibli. We’re told that this one’s 90% complete so let’s check it out and… more»

Maserati Engine: 19K-Mile 1973 Citroen SM

“Trust the SM. You’d be surprised what a machine can do when it knows you believe in it. Easy on the steering wheel. Handle it gently. Don’t overwhelm the SM. It will do what you want it to. The… more»

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