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Those of us able to attend Joe's annual Italian Car Festival in the Pennsylvania Poconos this weekend had a spectacular experience!! Amazing concourse and track experience, although Maserati participation somewhat overshadowed by the huge and well-funded Lamborghini contingent.
Seeing gorgeous classic Maseratis and MC12's (yes, that's plural) and meeting several members of this forum was an additional bonus. Molto Bene!
Jeff from Formula Dynamics was there, somehow doing installs on customer's cars under primitive conditions, yet keeping a great sense of humor and finding time to chat with everyone. Very impressive.
If you love in the East, own a Maserati, but don't plan to go next year, you will miss a terrific event!
 

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Those of us able to attend Joe's annual Italian Car Festival in the Pennsylvania Poconos this weekend had a spectacular experience!! Amazing concourse and track experience, although Maserati participation somewhat overshadowed by the huge and well-funded Lamborghini contingent.
Seeing gorgeous classic Maseratis and MC12's (yes, that's plural) and meeting several members of this forum was an additional bonus. Molto Bene!
Jeff from Formula Dynamics was there, somehow doing installs on customer's cars under primitive conditions, yet keeping a great sense of humor and finding time to chat with everyone. Very impressive.
If you love in the East, own a Maserati, but don't plan to go next year, you will miss a terrific event!
The mystery continues..... with our Italian Concours out here in Washington, we also see a very small contingent of Maserati's. I was talking to our local Maserati dealer last week (Ferrari & Maserati of Seattle) about this phenomenon, and they said that they too experience the same thing. Even with MCI/MIE 3 miles from my house, Kerry sees that same thing. Last year at our show, we had 40+ Ferrari's, 30+ Lamborghini's and 12 Maserati's. I don't get it.......

We are keeping our fingers crossed that more Maserati's show this year, but you never know... Its also amazing to see the ratio of older Maserati's versus the new models. Of the 12 we had last year, 8 were "old school" and only 4 new models (3 Coupes and 1 Quattroporte).
 
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