Maserati Owners Club weekend at Gleneagles

Graham

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Forgive my ignorance, but what sort of Maserati is that? I want one!
That's my Biturbo Spyder 2.8 E - Yes, even a Biturbo can make the round trip from the South Coast to the cold, wet highlands without breaking down ;)! Roof didn't leak in the 4 hour torrential rain coming back down the A1(M) on the Tuesday either...
 

Graham

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Popped over there today for a little drool. I have never seen so many Maserati in the one place - over 140.
I think I have now seen most models in the flesh, so to speak. 9 Indys, 2 MC Victories, Mexicos, Ghiblis, 3500 GTs and a Quattroporte Estate. Wanted to see a Shamal and a Bora but couldn't stay to see if they would turn up.
My favourite? The Sebring was stunning - just so beautifully proportioned.
Shame you did not see them as there were 2 Shamals and 3 Boras on the Rally - all wonderful examples.
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Talking of 'Marmite' cars (Bellagio), Tourings latest creation the Sciadipersia Cabrio was also on the rally.
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Gogs253

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Good photos. The weather stayed good for the weekend although it was a pity about the weather on Monday. Thanks for sharing.
I do like a Shamal :D.
 

Nayf

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Love that yellow QP. Is/was that one owned by the guy who has the 3200 up for sale at McGrath?

(Best 3200 I’ve driven, that).
 

MarkMas

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That's my Biturbo Spyder 2.8 E - Yes, even a Biturbo can make the round trip from the South Coast to the cold, wet highlands without breaking down ;)! Roof didn't leak in the 4 hour torrential rain coming back down the A1(M) on the Tuesday either...
Lovely!

(I suppose 'new member' status is defined by number of posts not year of joining....)
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allandwf

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I must dig out the pictures from the early nineties when I visited them at Knockhill and Crieff. I remember there being many Meraks, but possibly as it coincided with when I had mine.