Maserati Merak SS. Petrolicious. Restless

Petrolicious takes a look at the Merak SS, little sister to the Bora and one of Maserati’s most famous two-door sports coupes.

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The Merak may well have only been in production for ten years (from 1972 onwards), but the little sister of Maserati’s Bora left an indelible mark when the stop button on the conveyor belt was finally pushed. As well as offering a sometimes gutsy quad-cam V6, the Merak went head-to-head with notable bedroom wall fodder of the time such as the Lamborghini Uraco and the Ferrari/Dino 308 GT4 (okay, we’ve all seen that Top Gear episode). Sneaky nods to the Lamborghini Miura in its aesthetic design didn’t hurt either.

Petrolicious clearly feel the same way, and in one of their latest offerings, they offer a glimpse into the experience of Maserati ownership with the Merak SS.

Source – Petrolicious

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