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1970 Maserati Mistral

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1970 Maserati Mistral
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Engine number AM109A1 1750

 

Internal Engine number 1070

 

Documents Cancelled French Certificat d'Immatriculation

 

A French delivery example, equipped with yellow headlamps, external wheel spinners, and rare factory-supplied Campagnolo magnesium wheels

 

Powered by its matching-numbers 4.0-litre straight-six engine

 

Finished in its factory-correct colour combination of Rame Metallizzato over Nero leather

 

A barn find example, one of the last 20 Mistrals built

Description

Launched in November 1963 at the Salone Internazionale dell’Automobile di Torino, the Maserati Mistral was the last model produced by the Casa del Tridente to boast the company’s infamous twin-spark dual-overhead cam straight-six engine—as fitted to Maserati 250F Grand Prix cars. Later Mistrals received 4.0-litre powerplants that produced 265 horsepower. From 1963 to 1970, only 828 coupés were built. In 1968, Stanley W. Good Jr enteted a Mistral Coupé into the prestigious and legendary Pebble Beach Conours of Elegance and won "Best of Show", underpinning the attractive Maserati's top-class credentials. Rolling off the production line on 10 March 1969, this Mistral is a late example, and was supplied with the rare option of Campagnolo wheels, as seen on the Ghibli. Destined for France, it arrived at Thepenier dealership in Paris on 12 March 1969, with the appropriate yellow headlamps, while the car sported the beautiful colour scheme of Rame Metallizzato over a Nero leather interior. First registered in March 1970, Mr Moschetti took delivery of that car in 1983. It was registered with license number 9061 VZ 95, and in 1987, it was sold to Marie Helenne Lindemann who registered it on 3299 PX 92. Then, it was acquired by the current owner in 1988, who initially used this Mistral to drop his children off at school, which he fondly remembers! Since then, the car has remained static, and will require recommissioning before returning to the road. Following inspection, Maserati Classiche has confirmed the car retains its matching-numbers engine, and today the car presents in its factory-correct colour scheme. The odometer reads 42,389 kilometres at the time of cataloguing, while the car is accompanied by Maserati Classiche data, a tool kit, and spare Campagnolo wheel. For all French Maserati enthusiasts, this Mistral 4.0 provides the opportunity to acquire an exciting project that still retains its Lucas fuel injection system, and is crying out to be returned to its former glory.
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