1962 Maserati 3500 Vignale Spyder: Matching Numbers, 1 of 242
This 1962 Maserati 3500 Vignale Spyder is a matching numbers example and a great driver quality car. Red with tan leather interior. Never restored and one of just 242 Vignale Spyders ever produced. Factory records note that chassis number 1337 was built on October 20, 1961. It is equipped with power windows, front disc brakes, and Weber carburetors. A January 3, 2000, receipt indicates an engine rebuild at 52,626 kilometers by Deutschland Automotive, of Tucker, Georgia, at which time the engine was removed and disassembled and thoroughly gone over. Less than 2,000 kilometers and eight years later, at 54,588 kilometers, a new clutch was installed. This Maserati is complemented by a set of 16-inch Borrani wire wheels. The paint, exterior, and chrome all present nicely. This is a lovely example of one of the most sporting of early 1960s Maseratis and is a blue chip investment offered at a bargain price.
CHASSIS NUMBER 1337
Single ownership from 1981 to 2008
A gorgeous coachbuilt Italian spyder
One of just 242 Vignale Spyders produced
The Maserati 3500 GT was one of the company’s first forays into massed produced automobiles. Following a successful racing history in the 50s Maserati needed to create a street car in order to keep.....
The Maserati 3500 GT, launched at the 1957 Geneva Salon, was designed by chief engineer Giulio Alfieri and was essentially developed from the company's first street car, the AG6 of 1946, which was.....
The Maserati 3500 GT offered here was originally born in black color and built in Milan by the Carrozzeria Touring.
The first Italian owner decided already in the early 70s to repaint this vehicle.....