My Car Quest

June 24, 2022

1972 Maserati Mexico For Sale

by Mike - Introduced at the 1966 Paris motor show and designed by Virginio Vairo at Vignale, the Maserati Mexico is a beautiful GT that carries four people in elegance and style. The name, Mexico, was chosen because the prototype, was once owned … [Read more...]

The Maserati Boomerang: Who says Boomerangs Don’t Come Back?

by Wallace Wyss - When Giorgetto Giugiaro cut himself adrift from Ghia Carrozzeria he put himself under a lot of pressure. He had to come up with something dramatic to put in auto shows to get the work flowing in. Fortunately, from his … [Read more...]

Why The Big Difference In Value Between The Maserati Bora and The Iso Grifo?

by Mike -  At the Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance a few years ago a beautiful green 1973 Maserati Bora was parked next to a beautiful red 1974 Iso Grifo Series 2. It started me thinking about why there is such a large gap in … [Read more...]

A Dirty 1962 Maserati 3500 GTi Spider At Auction

by Mike - If the car is dirty and photographed in the middle of a dirt field then it is likely a special 'barn find' or 'garage find' at an upcoming auction. This Maserati 3500 GTi Spider has the "patina" that many auction companies love, … [Read more...]

Maserati Tipo 151/004 Then And Now

by Mike - For some reason the shape of the Maserati Tipo 151 is hard to forget and I take every chance to publish photos of this beautiful Maserati racecar. The black and white photos below were sent to me by My Car Quest reader A.A. (Tony) … [Read more...]

Price Reduction – The Maserati Opac Spyder Prototype For Sale

In 1994 at the 65th Turin Motor Show Opac displayed this very elegant sports convertible based on the Maserati Spyder powered by the Maserati Shamal 3.2 liter V8, 326 bhp, 4-cam, twin turbo engine! This beautiful Maserati Opac Spyder Prototype has … [Read more...]