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Maserati

Performance of 2008 - 2014:

(according VINTAGE MARKET Price 2014)

already successful models models with potential
3500 GT Vignale Spider Cabriolet 131% 3500 GTI Touring Coupé 17%
4.0 Spider 103% Bora 4.7 Coupé 17%
Ghibli Coupé 98% Merak 3000 Coupé 17%
    Khamsin Coupé 14%
    Mexiko 4,2 Vignale Coupé 14%
    4,2 Vignale Coupé 14%
    3500 GT Touring Coupé 12%
    Kyalani Coupé 11%
    Indy V7 Coupé 4%
    Quattroporte II 3%
    Quattroporte I 2%

MASERATI 3500 GT Vignale Spider Cabriolet

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The Maserati 3500 GT and the Maserati 3500 GT Convertible were 2-door coupé and convertible grand tourers made by Italian car manufacturer Maserati between 1957 and 1964. It was a seminal vehicle for Maserati, as the company's first, successful, attempt at the Gran Turismo market and series production.

 

MASERATI 4.0 Spider

The Maserati Mistral  is a 2-seat grand tourer produced by Italian car manufacturer Maserati between 1963 and 1970, in both coupé and Spyder roadster form; it was the successor to the iconic 3500 GT.

 

MASERATI Ghibli Coupé

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The Maserati Ghibli was a sports car made by Italian car manufacturer Maserati, which was produced from 1966 until the end of 1973. In a still-standing Maserati tradition the Ghibli is named after a wind:

 

MASERATI Bora 4.7 Coupé

The Maserati Bora is a mid-engined two-seat coupe manufactured by Maserati. It is powered by a V8 engine. Produced from 1971 to 1978, it has a top speed of 171 miles per hour (275 km/h). It is classified as a supercar and is considered by some to be the pinnacle of Maserati performance.

 

MASERATI Merak 3000 Coupé

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The Maserati Merak is a mid-engined 2+2 sports car produced by Maserati between 1972 and 1983. The Merak was closely related to the Maserati Bora, sharing part of its structure and body panels, but was powered by a 3.0 L V6 in place of the latter's 4.7 L V8.

 

MASERATI Khamsin Coupé

The Maserati Khamsin is a grand tourer produced by Maserati between 1973 and 1982. The Khamsin had no direct successor, with Maserati not making another V8 grand tourer until the 1990 launch of the Shamal. The Khamsin was introduced on the Bertone stand at the November 1972 Turin Auto Show.

 

MASERATI Mexiko 4,2 Vignale Coupé

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The Maserati Mexico  is a 4-seater grand touring coupé produced by Italian manufacturer Maserati between 1966 and 1973. It was based on the second series of the original Maserati Quattroporte, and it was powered by the same 4.2 and 4.7 L V8 engines.

 

MASERATI Kyalani Coupé

The Maserati Kyalami was a four-seat GT coupé produced by Italian manufacturer Maserati from 1976 to 1983. Following a Maserati tradition – started with the Sebring – the car was named after a racing track where the Trident's cars had triumphed: the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in South Africa.

 

MASERATI Indy V7 Coupé

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The Maserati Indy is a four-seater fastback grand tourer produced by Italian car manufacturer Maserati from 1969 to 1975. The Indy was conceived as an alternative to the Ghibli offering a V8 engine and room for four people;

 

MASERATI Quattroporte II

The Maserati Quattroporte is a four-door sports luxury saloon produced by Italian car manufacturer Maserati. The name translated from Italian literally means "four doors". There have been six generations of this car, with the first introduced in 1963.