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Maserati Cars Parking In New York

New York is getting ready for another Columbus Day Parade as they celebrate their 63rd year of the event. To give more justice to the elegance and brilliance they promise to bring every year, the event promises to bring more Maserati cars to the line up. We may not see the Acura car cover on the event because only Maserati cars will be there.

Are you excited to know the models showing on the 63rd Columbus Day Parade? I have seen this list on The Auto Channel and I am giving it to you:

1929 / 1931 Maserati Spyder – V16:
This car is made in 1931 and was named Maserati Zagato Spyder. This super car is powered by a huge V16 capable of releasing the world’s speed record of 152.9 mph in 1929. It was reproduced in 2003 and was the first winner at the Pebble Beach Concours.

1953 Maserati A6GCS MM Spyder:
The first car was the Series II was a factory racecar and since it was revealed, it immediately earned milestones in 1953 and 1954. It even received the first place winner in the prestigious Louis Vuitton Concours at Rockefeller Center in 2000.

1955 Maserati A6G54 GT Frua Berlinetta:
It was seen at the 1955 Turin Motor Show and was sold to Italian music legend Domenico Modugno. He was famous as the writer and the singer who co-authored the lyrics for “Volare,” which has been awarded with lots of recognition including Grammy Awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year in 1958. As with the car, it also won the Best of Show in the Villa d’Este Concours held at Cernobbio, Italy in 2003.

1958 Maserati 3500 Vignale Spyder:
The model was produced between 1958 and1964 and was regarded as a high model.

1960 Maserati 5000 GT:
This car was somehow identical to the model in Iran called Shah back in 1959. It was actually displayed at the 1959 Turin Motor Show and used the Maserati 450 S race car engine which is capable of producing a top speed of over 170 mph.

1970 Maserati Ghibli Spyder SS:
This car actually went into production back in 1969 but as an SS model. It was a rare model and only 25 units were produced. You will see the model at the 2007 Columbus Day Parade owned by a Neapolitan businessman who got it in 1970 so he can win the love of a girl in Naples. They got married and are together until this time.

1971 Maserati Ghibli SS:
The first car was seen at the 1966 Turin Motor Show. The dashing design was made by Giorgetto Giugiaro, a famous car designer back in the 20th Century. He made it and gave it 360 hp V8 so to spur to the top speed of 185 mph.

2004 Maserati MC 12:
The car was available for racing for 37 years. This car wears a 2L engine part running on a 630 horsepower delivered by the monstrous V12. The two door car also won the FIA GT Manufacturers Cup back in 2005.

2007 Maserati Quattroporte Automatic:
This car is considered the most stylish sedan among the bunch. It was given a V8 engine capable of producing 400 horsepower.

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