1965 Maserati Sebring Series 2 Rare RHD 3.7ltr For Sale
1965 Maserati Sebring Series 2 – Rare Right Hand Drive 3.7 litre - matching numbers - chassis number 7.
Delivered new to Maserati Concessionaires, London and registered DJV 591C
Very extensive refurbishment just completed including bare metal respray back to the original Blu Sera Metallizzato. The original red leather upholstery has been retained and carefully refurbished, giving a wonderful period feel to the car which just can't be replicated by a new interior.
The engine is fully rebuilt and dyno tested, set up for unleaded fuel, and runs beautifully on the original Lucas Fuel Injection.
On it's fully refurbished 16" Borrani wire wheels the car is a very fast and capable Grand Tourer, with good brakes and superb handling on the carefully set up suspension. A real drivers car.
One of only 98 Series II Sebrings built with a 3.7 litre (3692cc) twin-cam and twin-ignition inline 6 cylinder engine.
Named after Maserati’s 1957 win in the 12-hour race at Sebring International Raceway, the Sebring was based on the 3500GT with some subtle changes and a 2+2 coupe body designed by Michelotti of Vignale coachbuilders.
Car Details; 1965 – reg: DJV 591C. Chassis number AM101/10/007
Engine; 3962cc inline six cylinder dual overhead camshafts and twin-ignition, Lucas indirect mechanical fuel injection.
Body; Rare UK supplied RHD to Maserati Concess. London, paint – Bleu Sera. Conolly leather red interior and red carpet.
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