A family tradition for over 50 years, selling classic & fine motorcars throughout the world. 1967 MASERATI GHIBLI COUPE chassis no. AM115154 Questions?
The design almost instantly earned praise from throughout the automotive industry, especially Car and Driver magazine who, in 1968, referred to it as a “gorgeous” design. The frame that held the Ghibli’s stunning appearance was a strengthened version of the Mexico and 3500 chassis, utilizing the same well-tuned suspension that had previously made Maserati a household name on race tracks across the globe. Power was derived from a 4.
Louis and stored it in the garage since. After Daniel Schmitt acquired it, he commissioned a 2-year long, concours-level restoration that is documented with a $100,000 in receipts. Accompanying this investment-grade Maserati Ghibli is its full Maserati classiche documents, owner’s manual, service records, factory tools, jack and more.
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