1969
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    Sebring 3700 GTI Serie II

    • Beautiful colour scheme
    • Restoration by marque experts
    • Interesting, well documented history
    Colour Blue metallic
    Interior Leather beige
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    At the beginning of the 1960s, the Maserati 3500 GT, which had already been in production since 1957, found it increasingly difficult to hold its own against the British Aston Martin DB4. In order to remain successful, especially in the USA, Maserati decided to position the 3500 GTI Sebring as a further model between the established 3500 GT and the exclusive 5000 GT. With its angular, high lines, the Sebring represented an evolution, especially on the outside. With the designation, the factory recalled the double victory of Juan Manuel Fangio/Jean Behra (Maserati 450S) and Harry Schell/Stirling Moss (Maserati 300S) in the 1957 Sebring 12-hour race.

    Maserati produced a total of 591 examples of the Sebring. Of these, just 243 vehicles were built of the series II. (1965-1970).

    This Maserati Sebring Series II was first registered in Palermo (Italy) on 22 February 1969 and sold to the USA one year later. A few years ago, the vehicle came to Germany from a long family ownership. The almost untouched vehicle still has its original engine and is still in 3rd hand!

    The engine including the original fuel injection system and the gearbox have been completely overhauled by the brand specialist Steinke Sportwagenservice. The car has an interesting, well-documented history, even the original Italian registration and the first number plate are still present!

    This special vehicle of the II. series is something for connoisseurs and lovers of the legendary brand Maserati and captivates besides its impressive design by its originality and the outstanding driving characteristics!

    Equipment:

    5-speed manual gearbox, Borrani spoke wheels, 4 disc brakes, Radio Becker Mexico Europa etc.

     

    278.000,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    At the beginning of the 1960s, the Maserati 3500 GT, which had already been in production since 1957, found it increasingly difficult to hold its own against the British Aston Martin DB4. In order to remain successful, especially in the USA, Maserati decided to position the 3500 GTI Sebring as a further model between the established 3500 GT and the exclusive 5000 GT. With its angular, high lines, the Sebring represented an evolution, especially on the outside. With the designation, the factory recalled the double victory of Juan Manuel Fangio/Jean Behra (Maserati 450S) and Harry Schell/Stirling Moss (Maserati 300S) in the 1957 Sebring 12-hour race.

    Maserati produced a total of 591 examples of the Sebring. Of these, just 243 vehicles were built of the series II. (1965-1970).

    This Maserati Sebring Series II was first registered in Palermo (Italy) on 22 February 1969 and sold to the USA one year later. A few years ago, the vehicle came to Germany from a long family ownership. The almost untouched vehicle still has its original engine and is still in 3rd hand!

    The engine including the original fuel injection system and the gearbox have been completely overhauled by the brand specialist Steinke Sportwagenservice. The car has an interesting, well-documented history, even the original Italian registration and the first number plate are still present!

    This special vehicle of the II. series is something for connoisseurs and lovers of the legendary brand Maserati and captivates besides its impressive design by its originality and the outstanding driving characteristics!

    Equipment:

    5-speed manual gearbox, Borrani spoke wheels, 4 disc brakes, Radio Becker Mexico Europa etc.

     

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