yes, and how can I do that? Via E-Mail or here? And this is already high-res. You can download this file by clikcing the download button right under the "print ont enabled" button on the right and get the full 7970 X 5379 resolution which I have set
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I would love to see my art published on that wonderful Maserati site
Some additional comments came from the Group. The Merak should have a buttress design to connect it to the original model styling. Additionally, both the Bora [big brother] and Merak in European form had a downward point in the middle front of the hood with a trident situated in the middle of the front grill.
Yes, the flying buttress is like that of the Lamborghini Gallardo, a beautifull design. A Merak styled flying buttress would be a truer tribute to the lines of the original Merak design. Just sayin.
Speaking for the Merak Group, U R very talented, your Merak design is awesome.
This engine originally was code named C 114 [C as in Citroen] when fitted to the Citroen SM [Sport Maserati] the original recipiant. The engine however was from the beginning, Maserat.
Enter the Merak, the engine was enlarged from 2.7 L to 3.0 L and code named AM 114. When the Merak SS variant came into being, more horse power was extracted for better performance as well as other numerous changes. For more Merak information visit us at www.MerakGroup.com/ and www.Merak-Registry.com/
The present reality is that Fiat is the parent company. Simply put, Fiat has designated Ferrari to build the sports cars and Maserati to build the land yachts, nice as they may be. Such was the case with the current Ferrari California, originally designated to be a Maserati. Who Knew??????
If this car comes to being, personally, I will be the first in line to place an order.
Again, thank you for keeping the Merak spirit alive.