Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi

Maserati Sebring 3500

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Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi for sale

1964 Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi – Ex USA Car – Grigio Albany with Black Leather

Price: £195,000

Dealer: Murray Scott-Nelson

Direct Link: Here

About the Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi:

The Series 1 Maserati Sebring was first shown in 1962 at the Salon International de l’Auto, aimed at taking a slice of the American ‘Gran Turismo’ market.

This sector was for luxury cars capable of long distance driving, and emerged in the post-war years in America. The Gran Turismo format evolved from fast touring cars and streamlined closed sports cars during the 1930s.

During the 1950s cars in this category included the 1951 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT, 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL and 1956 Ferrari 250 GT.

The Aston Martin DB5, Mercedes-Benz 300SL and Jaguar XK120 all saw success within this sector and bolstered the market for others to enter and compete.

The GTi name meant Gran Turismo Iniezione, or Grand Tourer Injection. The 1961 Maserati 3500 GTi was the first car to ever wear this now iconic name.

Enjoying around 230bhp and a top speed of 137mph from a 3,694 cc inline six cylinder engine, the Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi epitomises the grand tourer ethos, being both beautiful and capable and crucially, Italian!

About this Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi:

Chassis No AM 10102113 is an original 5 speed manual left-hand drive USA car.

It was first registered in the United Kingdom in July 2013.

This car has recently been recommissioned including new bespoke carpet set, Borrani wire wheels (with correct hubs) and complete stainless steel exhaust system. Finished in wonderful Grigio Albany with Black Leather, the car is a beautiful thing to behold.

Maserati made just 348 series 1 Sebrings were made between 1962 and 1965.

A beautiful Italian ‘Gran Turismo’, yours for a fraction of what a British DB5 will set you back and a slice of true Maserati.

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Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi – The Dealer’s Final Word:

“This is a lovely example of such a rare car.”




Classic and Sports Finance Say:

“When seen in black and silver, this is an interesting alternative to a DB5. A True 1960s Grand Tourer.”


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