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The book lists all Maserati racing and street cars from the beginning up to the Quattroporte with pictures and technical data, 2-4 pages for each typically.
Also you'll find a written history of the company on several tens of pages.

For me as a newcomer when I bought it, the book was good thing, maybe for an expert some details are missing.
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Another recommended book (but think is out of print now) is Maserati Coupe - The History, by Jürgen Lewandowski (published in 2002).

For the BEST compilation of Maserati-related books, see Enrico's pages

http://www.maserati-alfieri.co.uk/trident01.htm

and start browsing through there.

Incidentally, there is a book (not-Maser specific) he does not list, which has a Maser a6/G54 on the cover page (a great book BTW)

Luxury Toys (classic cars) edited by Paolo Tumminelli.

Interestingly, it has the Maserati GS Zagato made for Paolo Bolfi in 2007, of which loads of comments have been made here :D

HTH.

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I recently picked up the Hans Tanner Maserati Owner's Handbook, a reprint by Veloce Press.

I've seen a few interesting books on amazon recently if you search - specifically that Maserati Vittorie 1926-1954 for $1800 or some thing.

I'm tempted to get this, but I haven't yet...
http://www.amazon.com/Racing-Maseratis/dp/1841555126
there is one for the road cars as well.

Has anyone seen/read Maserati Days by Gianno Cancellieri?
 
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