New Maserati DVD

Doctor Houx

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Arrived yesterday and watched today. Hour and a half of fairly comprehensive if pedestrian history of the Marque and not quite complete, as it did not get up to date with the Levante, the Ghibli being the last model covered.

Little time devoted to the modern era from 3200 onwards but the glory years of the 250 and 450 and Birdcage are a joy to watch.

Pretty scathing of the De Tomaso era and the reliability and styling of the Biturbo and all its derivatives, but as Surtees rightly states, he kept the factory and employees going so there was still a Manufacturing business to buy when Fiat came calling, which was by no means certain.

Worth the £14.99 inc p and p but not a DVD I will regularly rewatch.