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I am pleased to offer a lovely 1972 Maserati Ghibli, this is a rare factory right hand drive car that has spent the majority of its life in Australia. Interestingly the car is also fitted with a rare automatic transmission. This car is matching numbers and finished in its original colour scheme as confirmed by Maserati Classiche.
From Maserati Classiche.... "The Maserati Ghibli chassis #AM115*2496* was originally produced with 4.7 litres / carburettors engine, automatic gearbox, rhd version (it is not the last produced, but one of the last), external colour "Celeste Chiaro" (light blue), interior in blue leather. It was delivered to Maserati Importer UK. The vehicle was produced in March 1972."
The car is air-conditioned and there is documentation on file noting the engine in the car is fitted with sprint camshafts
The car was sold and first registered in the UK on 12th May 1972. Its third owner was a Mr Peter Boyd who purchased the car in late 1976. He emigrated to Australia in 1977 taking the car with him and selling it soon after to a Mr John Petrie in Sydney. In Mr Petrie's owner there is documentation on file noting the mileage as 44,000 miles. Its next owner is understood to have been a Mr Luciano in Melbourne who had the car for a number of years before it was acquired by Terry Healy from Oldtimer Australia. Terry regularly used the car, and for some time as a daily driver before selling it to its previous owner in early 1998. at that time to odometer was showing 62,000 miles.
In March 2014 the car was purchased by the current owner and brought back to the UK
The car has a thick history file, books (copies of the owner manuals and parts manual) and two tool rolls
Car in first paint with service book. Timing belts have been changed and the mileage is 96.514km. The 2.0 litre 24V twin-turbo V6 produces over 300bhp with a 6 speed Getrag transmission and limited.....
The name “Ghibli” refers to a particular type of airflow: a hot wind blowing from the Sahara that can reach hurricane speed in North Africa. A fittingly epic name for this most epic of automobiles,.....