The Maserati Indy offers tantalizing high performance Italian motoring, cool contemporary style and exclusivity and is ranked as one of the all Time great cars of the seventies. A new and fresh design by the famous Alfredo Vignale, the sleek lines still offer practical space for four with extremely high performance and great handling.
From 1968 until 1975 a total of 1.104 examples were produced.
The car we are offering was deliverd new by the Roman Maserati agent, Bruno Buozzi, to the first owner, a real estate developer by the name of Mr. Franceso Zerbi. Mr. Zerbi kept the Maserati in his ownership for his entire life, only using the car sparingly. After Mr. Zerbi passed away in 2014, the current owner purchased the car directly from his estate and ordered a careful technical recommissioning in order to bring the car to the highest standard. The work undertaken included a bare metal respray, full overhaul of the cooling system, the brake system and the air-conditioning systems. All of the electrical systems have been fully checked and overhauled where needed. The engine and mechanicals have been fully serviced. Work includes: valves adjusted, carburetors, ignition and intake manifold fully rebuilt, gearbox oil renewed, brand new ANSA exhaust system to original specification. Finally, the car has been fitted with four brand new, correct Michelin 205/14 XWX tyres. Being priced above the Maserati Ghibli when new, the Indy was always highly exclusive and available only for the happy few, those who appreciated the finer things in life and could afford it. As a result, only 440 Maserati Indy 4.2s were ever produced. This particular 1owner car is probably the most unique and high quality Indy on the market today.
Colour combination: White polo, black leather hide
Coachwork: 2+2-seater Coupe
Engine: „matching numbers“ 4,2 ltr. V8, approx. 260 hp (factory data)
Specifikation: 5-speed ZF-manual gearbox, power steering
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