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  • Nice site maserati auto – maserati.car-a.com: maserati, Maserati, maserati auto.

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  • Like all the made in Maserati open-top convertibles: special cars aimed at refined connoisseurs.

    The new Maserati GranCabrio to premiere in Frankfurt

  • A Maserati is a very expensive Italian brand of sports car.

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  • The marriage of an all-American Jeep with the Italian luxury heritage of a Maserati is the best evidence yet that Chrysler and Fiat can create products together that they could not afford to make independently, auto analysts said.

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  • When asked about the car, Ehlert's response was that "a Maserati is a car for a gentleman."

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  • They have revealed a few new details about the car, which is expected to be called the Maserati is yet to divulge if the car will sport a conventional canvas roof or a new hard-top, but according to Car and Driver it will come with a traditional cloth top and a price tag of

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  • Until now the Maserati has been a bit faster than our car, and I think it would have been really difficult if they hadn't made any mistakes.

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  • Maserati, which is to Ferrari like Placido Domingo to Eros Ramazzotti, has revealed a concept version of its new breath-taking race car.

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  • All together, brands such as Maserati, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bentley sell in a year what Ford Motor Co. or Toyota Motor Corp. dealers sell during one or two bad days.

    Yes, People Buy Ferraris in a Recession

  • The engine was Chrysler, too, but with a "Maserati" cylinder head.

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