This particular car was driven back from the factory; there's a picture of said trip with the car. He did the same with his Cup IIRC.That version would be known as a Series 1a, whilst it may have been registered in 1994 it’s certainly not a MY94. In fact, for the UK market, the MY94 was unofficially known as the MY95 because they weren’t sold in the UK until 1995.
The main differences between a Series 1a and a MY94 are:
ABS - Series 1a does not have ABS, MY94 does have ABS
Wheels - Series 1a has the Shamal style wheels by OZ, MY94 has 16” Merak style wheels by Mille Miglia. The pcd is different between a Series 1a and a MY94
Headlights - a Series 1a has silver backed headlights, a MY94 has black backed headlights
Bumpers - the Series 1a has a more distinctive band around the top section
Trident badge on bootlid - Series 1a has a plain Trident, MY94 Trident has an oval surround
Fuel fillers - Series 1a usually has a Trident badge on each side (one on the fuel filler and one on the dummy on the left side of the car), the MY94 does not have these
Steering wheel badge - Series 1a has a rectangular badge, MY94 has an oval badge
Carpets - Series 1a has herringbone carpets, MY94 has more conventional turfted type carpet
Dashboard inlay on passenger side - Series 1a has “Maserati” inlay, MY94 has “Ghibli”,
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