Shaping the rear interior engine casing

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This may look like we’ve made a bit of an error with the template of our rear interior engine housing but this is exactly how it should be. Even the rear seats on the Merak aren’t the same size!

Here we the top of the rear interior engine housing that Asa has had to draw up a template for before forming it in 18 gauge steel. This is now in the hands of Kim, our interior specialist, as she works on the final pieces before the interior gets fitted.


The interior engine housing sits between the two rear seats and is actually takes up most of the room in the back. This piece forms the top of a column which runs to the height of the seats.

The entire piece will then be shaped and covered.

Maserati Merak Rear Interior Engine Housing

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