24k Genuine Miles: 1974 Maserati Merak

Italian sports cars from the 1970s have a tendency to be incredibly expensive to buy, but the Maserati Merak is a car that has tended to buck that trend. Prices have tended to remain very competitive when compared to… more»

Parked Land Yacht: 1984 Maserati Quattroporte

Whenever a Quattroporte comes up for sale, it’s usually an example that’s been ignored for years, or at least fallen into the care of owners lacking the means to maintain it properly. This 1984 model falls somewhere in the… more»

In The Barn Since ’78: 1962 Maserati 3500GT

It’s a shame that Maserati has begun building rapidly depreciating CUVs and sedans that are anonymous aside from the familiar script on the trunk lid. No longer will we pine to find a Maserati locked away in a California… more»

LeMans Racer Replica: 1962 Maserati Tipo 151

All-out Maserati vintage racing cars are pretty rare on the ground, so it didn’t take me long to figure out where I thought I remembered this pretty green one from. Jeff L. previously wrote up this car here back in February… more»

Zagato Drop Top: 1987 Maserati Biturbo Spider

“A good driver” is not a term we’d associate with a vintage Maserati Biturbo, but the seller claims this Zagato-designed convertible could be a runner without much work. The example seen here is at least a desirable manual transmission… more»

Italian Stallion: 1985 Maserati Biturbo

The 1985 model year was the last one in which the Maserati Biturbo would carry Weber carburetor, as from 1986 the car wore Weber-Marelli fuel injection in a bid to improve engine emissions, power, responsiveness, and reliability. This Biturbo… more»

Rare Turbo: 1987 Maserati Biturbo SI Black Edition

This is an interesting car. Coming from a time when Alejandro de Tomaso owned the Maserati brand, this 1987 Maserati Biturbo SI has a starting bid price of $1,000 with no indicated reserve. It has 60,355 miles on it… more»

30 Years Barn Stored: 1964 Maserati Sebring S1

The pictures about say it all for this rusty 1964 Maserati Sebring Series 1, listed for sale by the longtime owner. Clearly, a restoration project left to rot, the Maserati is a desirable specimen and comes with the tattered… more»

Nevada Hangar Find: 1967 Maserati Mistral

With under 900 Mistral coupes ever built, it’s no surprise that even examples such as these with the lingering effects of a failed engine swap still visible are commanding good money on eBay. This coupe originally featured a 4.0L inline-six… more»

’90s Supercar: 1991 Maserati Shamal

While Maserati’s reputation was stained in the U.S. by the lackluster quality of the infamous Biturbos, the company did go on to build other high-performance machines in other markets that we rarely see stateside. This 1991 Maserati Shamal is… more»

15K Miles from New: 1980 Maserati Quattroporte III

While it’s a car many of us love to hate, the Maserati Quattroporte remains a stunning road car that rarely appears in condition as well preserved as this one. Claimed by the seller to be the lowest mileage example… more»

Powered by Maserati: 1974 Citroen SM

While the classic Citroen DS is not an uncommon find on craigslist – usually in basketcase form – the Maserati-powered SM pops up less frequently. These were impressive GT cars in their day, combining the innovative Citroen suspension with… more»

Garage Find with 16K: 1989 Chrysler TC Maserati

The Chrysler TC by Maserati has been written about in great detail on these pages, better known for being a bit of a sales disappointment, that didn’t stop consumers from buying them at full price and eventually watching their… more»

RHD Italian GT: 1970 Maserati Indy

The Maserati Indy was an attempt to give backseat passengers some of the classic grand touring experience, adding a set of cramped rear seats into a supercar’s body. Supercar is relative, I realize, but for the era in which… more»

Final Assembly Required: ’57 OSCA-Maserati Barchetta

The OSCA name is synonymous with major motorsports events such as the Mille Miglia on the international stage and the Sebring 12 Hours here in the states. A small company devoted to building competition-grade vehicles, OSCA traces its lineage… more»

24,000 Mile One-Owner: 1984 Maserati Biturbo

Having only been driven an average of 706 miles a year since the one and only owner bought this 1984 Maserati Biturbo new in California, this is one incredible car. It can be found listed on eBay with a… more»