Maserati Accessories
             
 

Categories

Acura AccessoriesAston Martin AccessoriesAudi AccessoriesBentley AccessoriesBMW AccessoriesBuick AccessoriesCadillac AccessoriesChevy AccessoriesChrysler AccessoriesCitroen AccessoriesDacia AccessoriesDeawoo AccessoriesDodge AccessoriesFiat AccessoriesFreightliner AccessoriesGaz AccessoriesGMC AccessoriesHonda AccessoriesHummer AccessoriesHyundai AccessoriesInfiniti AccessoriesJaguar AccessoriesJeep AccessoriesKia AccessoriesLamborghini AccessoriesLand Rover AccessoriesLexus AccessoriesLincoln AccessoriesMaserati AccessoriesMazda AccessoriesMercedes AccessoriesMitsubishi AccessoriesNissan AccessoriesOldsmobile AccessoriesOpel AccessoriesPeugeot AccessoriesPlymouth AccessoriesPontiac AccessoriesPorsche AccessoriesRenault AccessoriesSaab AccessoriesSaturn AccessoriesScion AccessoriesSeat AccessoriesSkoda AccessoriesSmart Car AccessoriesSubaru AccessoriesSuzuki AccessoriesToyota AccessoriesVolkswagen AccessoriesVolvo Accessories

Articles

Boost Car Resale Value SportRack Carriers Fuel System Cleaning Decked Bed Organizers Pac Car Audio
     

Maserati Accessories

Maserati: The Road Cars 1981-1997 (Crowood Autoclassics) (Hardcover)


   The V6-powered Biturbo was launched by Maserati in 1981 as a mid-sized luxury sports car. This quotreasonably pricedquot smart two-door was planned to be the car that would propel Maserati into the 1980s and financial good health with style. It never quite achieved this but the Biturbo was and remains a popular car with lovers of Italian machinery. The Biturbo so-called because of its twin turbochargers was in time joined by other Maseratis using the same engines and other common components including the Spyder Shamal and Ghibli II. This book by motoring historian John Price Williams tells the story of all these cars and also the Quattroporte saloon.nbsp Full production details are included along with numerous photographs of the cars from the launch of the first Biturbo to the end of production of the last of the Biturbo family in 1997. Book Description The V6-powered Bi-turbo was launched by Maserati in 1981 as a mid-sized luxury sports car. This quotreasonably pricedquot smart two-door was planned to be the car that would propel Maserati into the 1980s and financial good health with style. The Bi-turbo so-called because of its twin turbochargers was in time joined by other Maseratis using the same engines and other common components including the Spyder Shamal and Ghibli II. This book by motoring historian John Price Williams tells the story of all these cars and also the Quattroporte saloon.nbsp Full production details are included along with numerous photographs of the cars from the launch of the first Bi-turbo to the end of production of the last of the Bi-turbo family in 1997. See all Editorial Reviews

 


GT Styling | GT024 | 84-86 | Maserati | Quattroporte | Spoilers


  Each application is custom designed ensuring a perfect fit while enhancing the clean lines of the vehicle.

 


GT Styling | GT024 | 86-87 | Maserati | 425 | Spoilers


  Each application is custom designed ensuring a perfect fit while enhancing the clean lines of the vehicle.

 


GT Styling | GT024 | 84-87 | Maserati | Biturbo | Spoilers


  Each application is custom designed ensuring a perfect fit while enhancing the clean lines of the vehicle.

 


GT Styling | GT024 | 86-91 | Maserati | Spyder | Spoilers


  Each application is custom designed ensuring a perfect fit while enhancing the clean lines of the vehicle.

 


GT Styling | GT024 | 89-90 | Maserati | 430 | Spoilers


  Each application is custom designed ensuring a perfect fit while enhancing the clean lines of the vehicle.