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Overview

Maserati, another of Italy's famous marques formed originally for motorsport, can trace its heritage to the 1930's when it was founded by five brothers. In 1938 the company was taken over by a large Italian industrial company, Orsi, and concentrated on production of race-cars. By the late 1950's the company had decided to produce road-going models and announced the 3500GT in 1957.

A series of well made performance GT cars followed throughout the 1960's and 70's along with various four door saloons. By the 1968 the company had been purchased by French giant Citroen, which resulted in the quirky highbred Citroen SM. By the 70's the company had been sold to de Tomaso and has changed hands again more recently to Ferrari.

Models produced by Maserati

2.8 Spider

1988-1994

200 SI Sport

200 SI Sport

1955-1957

228i

228i

1986-1992

300S

300S

1955-1958

3500GT

3500GT

1957-1964

5000GT

5000GT

1959-1964

A6 1500/2000

A6 1500/2000

1946-1957

AG6 and AG6/2000

AG6 and AG6/2000

1951-1957

Biturbo

Biturbo

1981-1987

Biturbo 420/425

Biturbo 420/425

1983-1991

Biturbo Spyder

Biturbo Spyder

1984-1991

Bora

Bora

1971-1978

Coupe

Coupe

2004-2004

Ghibli Coupe

Ghibli Coupe

1966-1973

Ghibli Spyder

Ghibli Spyder

1966-1973

Indy

Indy

1969-1975

Khamsin

Khamsin

1973-1982

Kyalami

Kyalami

1976-1983

Merak

Merak

1972-1983

Merak 2000/3000

Merak 2000/3000

1972-1983

Mexico

Mexico

1966-1973

Mistral Coupe

Mistral Coupe

1963-1970

Mistral Spyder

Mistral Spyder

1963-1970

Quattroporte

Quattroporte

1963-1971

Quattroporte II

1975-1977

Quattroporte III

Quattroporte III

1978-1983

Sebring Series I

Sebring Series I

1962-1965

Sebring Series II

Sebring Series II

1965-1966

Sport150 S

Sport150 S

1955-1957

Spyder

Spyder

2004-2004