Mario Parker’s one-of-one Stalker/Maserati Project has been completed and is ready for road & track.

MARIO’S MONOPOSTO: PROJECT STALKERATI REDUX!MARIO’S MONOPOSTO: PROJECT STALKERATI REDUX!The street-driven Stalkerati (Stalker/Maserati) showcases period styling cues that support the marriage of a modern chassis and powertrain with the look of a classic 1950s-1960s Monoposto (single-seat) racecar. Style and functional features include exhaust routing over the rear wheels, engine-turned dashboard, twin curved windscreens, single roll bar, vintage side view mirrors, flip-top gas cap and rolled and pleated interior. The Stalkerati is powered by a bulletproof Buick/GM 3800 Supercharged V6.

MARIO’S MONOPOSTO: PROJECT STALKERATI REDUX!MARIO’S MONOPOSTO: PROJECT STALKERATI REDUX!Mario has just completed his restoration of his Stalkerati and showed it for the first time at the Second Annual Exotic Car Show at Lakewood Ranch, Sarasota, FL where these photos were taken. The blue and white Stalker in the background is owned by fellow racing mate, Rick Rone, and is powered by a Corvette Z06 engine. He’s not sure if he’s going to keep it since he spends so much time racing his Corvette LS-powered Stalker at road racing tracks throughout the country.

MARIO’S MONOPOSTO: PROJECT STALKERATI REDUX!The original Stalkerati story was posted on October 29, 2017 and can be read here:

Additional information on the Stalkerati is available from Mario “Larry” Parker, 734-368- 6059,