1966 | Maserati 3700 GTI Sebring
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Make Maserati Model 3700 Gti Model name 3700 GTI Sebring Year of manufacture 1966 Condition category Restored Mileage (read) 23,304 km Body style Coupe Body detail Coupe Power (kw/hp) 180/245 Cubic capacity (ccm) 3,692 Cylinders 6 Doors 2 Steering Left (LHD) Transmission Manual Gears 5 Drive Rear Front Brake Disc Rear Brake Disc Fuel Petrol Exterior colour Brown Manufacturer colour name Amaranto Roma metallic Interior colour Brown Interior material Leather
This Maserati 3700 GTI was first registered in March 1966 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The first buyer (name known) probably kept the car for about 20 years. Then the car went to an automobile museum in Germany, where it probably remained until 2004. Subsequently, two other owners in Germany are known (by name). In 2008, the current owner acquired the Maserati. From 2015 to 2019, an extensive restoration including bodywork with paint, engine/transmission, chassis, technology and interior was then carried out by a renowned specialist company for high-quality classic cars in Hamburg. The costs amounted to around 170,000 EUR. The vehicle drives excellently and evokes the spirit of Italian grandeur of the 60s on every drive. A total of 598 examples of the Sebring were built, 243 of them in Series II and 98 of them with the 3.7 liter engine. So this Maserati is also an exclusive pleasure.
The Maserati Sebring was first introduced in 1962 as the 3500 GTI S and was the successor to the 3500 GT with Touring Superleggera bodywork. From 1964, the model was called Sebring as a tribute to the Gran Prix double victory of Juan Manuel Fangio / Jean Behra (Maserati 450S) and Harry Schell / Stirling Moss (Maserati 300S) at the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1957. The design by Giovanni Michelotti captivates with the angular undercarriage with straight lines and large wheels combined with a filigree roof structure. Thus, the Sebring appears much more compact and modern than the previous 3500 GT with its almost baroque appearance. Until 1966 the power of the car was given thru the already known 3.5 liter engine, which produced 235 hp with a Lucas fuel injection system. The Series II from 1965 had modified headlights, horizontal taillights and a new dashboard. On the powertrain side, a 3.7 liter engine with 245 hp was available as an alternative (until 1966). From 1966, there was exclusively a 4-liter engine with 265 hp.
Condition & Registration
Historic license plate Registered Ready to drive Vehicle-ID: 283338
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