1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E

Still A Popular Competition Car

Towards the end of 2022, our 1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E was won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions by Nick Fiore.

We recently heard from Nick, who got back in touch with us with a short update on the car. It has recently been featured in the Auto Italia magazine this month as it won car of the day in Devizes, Wiltshire earlier this year.

It’s always great to hear from our competition winners and we especially love hearing good news like this.

Thank you Nick for keeping in touch and we are really pleased that you are enjoying the car.

Entry Is Now Open – 1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E

Our very special 1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E is now live on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.

This car was formerly owned by the late Robert Furniss Riding and was part of his collection sold at auction that raised more than £1 million for the RNLI.

Entry is now open so you can get your tickets for this beautiful classic car for just £5.

At this low price and with a story like this car has, tickets are unlikely to be available for long.

Robert Furniss Riding 1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E – A Classic Car Saving Lives At Sea

One recent addition to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop comes with much more importance than first meets the eye.

Our 1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E was previously owned by Robert Furniss Riding. Known as Bob, Robert was a hardworking man. He progressed in his banking career into the role of Group Treasurer of the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Bob had a keen interest in sailing while working in the city. However, after moving to the Isle of Man, his attention turned to collecting quality cars. He ended up getting involved with numerous car clubs and was even appointed as Chairman of the Conister Trust and Manx Classic Car Club. He was also President of the Manx Motor Racing Club and he became something of a classic car enthusiast.

Bob’s car collection grew to one of considerable size. In fact, he even moved to a large country house in order to have enough garage space to keep his ever-growing collection safe.

After his sad passing in May, Bob left his car collection (worth around £1.5million) to charity. He had been a keen supporter of local charities for a while. Even after his death, Bob wanted to continue to make a difference. He had a particular passion for maritime charities (thanks to his previous love of sailing) and for charities that helped young people.

The RNLI was named the Residuary Beneficiary of the Robert Furniss Riding estate. This meant that when his collection of cars went to auction (including our Maserati), the proceeds went to the charity. The funds raised will help support them in their extremely important work of keeping people safe at sea.

1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E

Our 1991 Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder E is a very cool car. It is one of just 147 right-hand drive 2.8-litre Spyders made and brings a whole load of style to this modern classic.

However, what makes this car truly special is that its former owner was a hardworking individual who loved generously sharing his seemingly endless knowledge of classic cars with anyone who needed it. He supported multiple charities and has made a big difference to their operations.

Everyone at Bridge Classic Cars sends our condolences to Bob’s friends, family, and loved ones. We will make sure his Spyder is well looked after!