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1966 Maserati 3500 GT

Thiesen Hamburg GmbH

1966 Maserati 3500 GT
Thiesen Hamburg GmbH
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23-1025025

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Germany

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Colour Argento Auteuil Mettalizzato

 

Interior Leather light brown

 

Gearbox Manual shift

 

Drive Left

 

Power 235 PS

 

Location Hamburg

Description

At the Turin Motor Show in 1962, Maserati presented the 3500 GTI Sebring for the first time, a 2+2-seater coupé with ravishing yet unobtrusive lines by Michelotti. In a 1963 driving review in the British magazine “Auto Sport”, John Bolster, who was rather reserved in his praise, described the Sebring as the epitome of a luxurious Gran Tourismo, from which one could still get out happy and satisfied at the end of a long day’s driving. In total, only 243 vehicles of the 3500 GT Sebring Series II Coupé were produced from 1965 to 1970. According to the available photos and invoices, this beautiful Maserati has been extensively restored by an Italian specialist. The entire technology, including the engine, was completely overhauled. The car was repainted in its original colour and the interior was renewed. Equipment ZF 5-speed gearbox, four disc brakes, etc. Engine In-line 6-cylinder with dual ignition and Weber carburettor, 3,485 cm³, 235 hp, 5-speed transmission (factory specification)
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