FRANKFURT, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Fiat's luxury Maserati brand posted a record 2004, with the sale of more than 4,600 cars worldwide, Fiat unit Ferrari said on Wednesday. In September, Maserati boss Martin Leach said the brand would sell only 4,500 cars in 2004, down slightly from an earlier forecast of 4,800, and hoped sales would top 5,000 cars this year. Ferrari, which owns the Maserati brand, said earlier this month that it sold a record 4,900 Ferrari brand cars in 2004, generating ...
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