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Maserati Limousine Designer Q&A

Posted on May 5, 2014

What’s the hardest part about building a Maserati Quattroporte limousine?

“The transmission,” says Sam Zahr, owner of Luxury Limousine of Southfield and its one-of-a-kind stretch Maserati. “It’s in the trunk with the clutch. That’s a big modification to extend the driveshaft all the way from the engine up front.”

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