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What’s the music track. Awesome film.
I often wondered why driving makes so much sense to me while others describe it as an “A to B”experience. Maybe it’s because everything fitted with a cat. has zero feedback and leaves the driver numb and along for the ride.
While that might have one thing to do with it, I think it’s more of a personal trait than anything else. I’ve barely driven cars without cat, but I still enjoy drivig.
This is the reason I check this page out at least once a day, as my daily routine. Epic cars and epic productions. What more can a car enthusiast wish for? Except for having one sample of every car featured, obviously.
At first I thought “there better be some talking in this video,” but then halfway through, I thought “actually, there better not be ANY talking in this video…”
sharp contrast to the top gear challenge a few years ago when the lads got hold of a merak, urraco and 308gt4
A great close up of a somewhat forgotten classic Italian motor, not sure about the car rocking on the drive, a bit cringe. What cameras did you use for the shoot?
Canon 5D MKII, Canon 60D, and a GoPro for two shots. 😉
Videos like this are the reason I keep coming back to this site.
The emotion and pure excitement of the car is portrayed perfectly!
Apparently the attachments did not make it
I had the good fortune to own two (2) Maserati Ghilby at the same time ! This was the predecessor of the Bora also with the DOHC setup and with four double Webers ! It took some tweaking to have them all sing the same tune, but when they did MUSIC ! They had a huge ZF 5 speed which was a bear to shift when cold. The brake booster lived in the fenderwell protected by a mere sheet. The result was that it froze sometimes, try stopping a two ton car with four discs and no brake booster, hair… Read more »
Who leaves their Maserati out in the driveway like that? Has this guy got something even nicer in the garage?
Awesome! I was familiar with the Maserati Bora, but holy cow! The Merak is super cool.