Trident Classiche

La Roche-sur-Yon, France
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Bernard Guénant of Le Trident lives in what he jokingly calls 'the French Far-West'. He bought his first Maserati in 1984, one of the very last Indy America 4.9-litre. This was the starting point, and soon more Maseratis followed, with inline-six engines, V6's, V8's.
"It took us some time to convince our clients that they shouldn't cut corners, these cars are worthy of a full restoration. If you want to have a car run properly, this is the only way to do it. Now, this has become our working-principle."
He has grown a very impressive Maserati-collection and workshop. Focusing on cars with the Trident has proven to be the right choice.

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Videos, lots of videos. That is what we have for you. Take an informal look inside the workshops. Visit the studio of Adolfo Orsi, watch Ermanno Cozza talk about the first Maserati engines. As if you are just passing by and have a couple of minutes to spare.

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"I try to drive my cars as much as I can. ... They all have their own personality, I love them all. The inline six-cylinders are old-fashioned, the V8's are more modern and torquier, more powerful, the V6 is a little more advanced."

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