There were seven Maserati brothers, born in Voghera, to Rodolfo Maserati, a train driver. Carlo, the eldest, was born in 1881. All of the Maseratis were involved in the engineering, design, and construction of cars, except for Mario, who was a painter and is presumed to have invented the company trademark, the trident, borrowed from the statue of Neptune in the square of the same name in Bologna. This striking picture shows the quality of workmanship that goes into the making of Maserati cars and the strong colours create an image that stands out in any room. Photography by Tim Wallace.
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