Painstaking historical and technical research has laid the foundations for this book covering the entire history of one of Italy's most prestigious and legendary car manufacturers. The fascinating story of the Modena factory is closely intertwined with the most significant events that took place in the continual process of socio-economic and industrial development and transformation that has characterized Italy over the last eighty years.
All Maserati enthusiasts will appreciate the true nucleus of the book composed of technical files reviewing every car, model by model, from the Tipo 26 of 1926 through to advance information on the forthcoming production. The texts are complemented by a superb range of illstrations featuring rare archive photographs and carefully selected technical drawings.
Covers Maserati production from 1926 to 2003 including racing and road cars, engines for cars and boats built by other companies and commercial war vehicles.
Includes the story of the Maserati brothers from 1887 until the establishment of OSCA, plus the story of racing in the early Twenties with Isotta Fraschini and Diatto, up to the last Quattroporte model.
Contains detailed lay-outs of all the models produced, chassis numbers of all cars manufactured each year, a description of production modifications and the number of examples built of each model.
Packed with vintage pictures and photographs of lovingly restored cars. The comprehensive story of one of the most glorious car manufacturers the world has known.
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