A reference example available for the first time in 17 years
Delivered new to Count Juan Carracciolo in September 1960 it was registered in Modena under registration MO 59762, the Maserati S.p.A. Certificate of Origin confirms chassis AM101*1003* is fully matching numbers and was finished in Argento Luma with a red leather interior from new. Chassis 1003 is also fitted with the very rare five-speed ZF gearbox and optional Borrani disc wheels. The car remained in Count Juan Carracciolo’s ownership when he moved to the United States in 1988. Chassis 1003 was purchased by known sports car collector Dieter Roschmann of Germany in 1999, Dieter kept the car until 2005 when it was acquired by our client who shares the same passion for sports cars. In the current ownership a detailed restoration was undertaken including a full rebuild of the cars suspension, brakes, engine and gearbox, the car was also converted to disc brakes with Borrani wire wheels. The car was repainted its original color Argento Luma and re-trimmed to black leather, all work was completed by leading specialists in Europe.
Offered complete with its history file, jack, tool kit, Maserati S.p.A. Certificate of Origin and original build sheet.
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