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1969 | Maserati Ghibli

High quality restoration, matching numbers



  • High quality restoration from marque specialist
  • Rare colour for this model
  • Matching numbers engine
  • Known history
  • Original manufacturer's manual
  • Iconic design
  • All documents were checked and the car was photographed personally by Auctomobile
  • Other features: possibility of assisting with registration, transport, insurance, storage and Trusted Checkout payment
  • Please note that this car will be available for viewing by prior appointment in Prague, Czechia

The Timeless Legend: Exploring the 1969 Maserati Ghibli

In the illustrious lineage of Italian sports cars, the 1969 Maserati Ghibli stands out as a timeless icon of automotive excellence. Revered for its striking design, potent performance, and impeccable craftsmanship, the Ghibli represents the pinnacle of Maserati's engineering prowess during the late 1960s.

Aesthetic Mastery: Designing a Classic

The design of the 1969 Maserati Ghibli is a testament to the visionary talents of Giugiaro at Carrozzeria Ghia. Characterized by its sleek, aerodynamic lines and muscular proportions, the Ghibli exudes a sense of timeless elegance and dynamism.

At the front, the iconic Maserati trident emblem takes center stage, flanked by distinctive quad headlights that give the car an unmistakable presence on the road. The long hood flows seamlessly into a gracefully sloping roofline, culminating in a short, tapered rear end that exudes performance and agility.

The Ghibli's exquisite bodywork is complemented by luxurious details such as chrome accents, leather upholstery, and fine wood trim, reflecting Maserati's commitment to combining performance with refinement.

Performance and Power: Unleashing the Beast

Beneath its seductive exterior, the 1969 Maserati Ghibli boasts formidable performance capabilities that were ahead of its time. Powering this Italian masterpiece is a potent 4.7-liter V8 engine, capable of delivering exhilarating performance with its 340 horsepower output.

Coupled with a five-speed manual transmission, the Ghibli offers drivers an engaging and visceral driving experience, with lightning-fast acceleration and precise handling that epitomize the essence of Italian sports car engineering.

With a top speed of 275 kilometres per hour and a 0-100 kmh time of just 6.3 seconds, the Ghibli was not only a head-turner but also a formidable competitor on both road and track, cementing its reputation as one of the most desirable sports cars of its era.

Enduring Legacy: A Collector's Dream

Despite being produced more than five decades ago, the 1969 Maserati Ghibli continues to captivate enthusiasts and collectors around the world. Its timeless design, exhilarating performance, and exclusivity have ensured its status as a highly sought-after classic car, with pristine examples commanding premium prices at auctions and private sales.

Owning a Ghibli is not just about possessing a piece of automotive history; it's about experiencing the passion and craftsmanship that went into creating one of the most iconic sports cars ever built. Whether cruising along the coastline or carving through mountain passes, the Ghibli offers a driving experience that transcends mere transportation, evoking emotions and memories that endure for a lifetime.

Conclusion: Embracing the Spirit of Italian Excellence

In the annals of automotive history, few cars command the same reverence and admiration as the 1969 Maserati Ghibli. With its breathtaking design, exhilarating performance, and timeless appeal, the Ghibli represents the epitome of Italian automotive excellence.

More than just a mode of transportation, the Ghibli is a work of art—a symphony of form and function that continues to inspire and delight enthusiasts around the world. As we celebrate its legacy, we are reminded of the enduring allure of Italian sports cars and the timeless beauty of automotive design.

This particular car left the factory in 1969 and was finished in yellow with a black leather interior. Sold in the Rome area, it remained there until 1976 when it was driven to the Swedish Maserati Club´s meeting in Haverud by an Italian dealer. The latter hoped to find a customer for the car at the event and he was indeed successful. The car was bought by the Chairman of the Club, Uno Lingmark who drove the car back to Stockholm together with Artcurial´s current car specialist Niklas Hannah, who was only 15 years old, in the back seat creating a memory that decided his future career. The classical "Roma F10629" registration number was kept until the car was registered with its current Swedish plates. The years passed quickly and the car changed owners and eventually it was bought by the previous owner in a rather depressive condition. GRD593 was duly sent to well renowned Maserati restorer Ake Nordquist´s AMK in Saltsjö-Boo, outside of Stockholm, where it went through a mechanical and body restoration. The interior was re-trimmed and invoices of the restoration work are available. The original engine has always remained with the car and is of course matching numbers.

This Ghibli is a spectacular car in great condition with an equally spectacular colour, that many think is the best colour for a Ghibli. Few were made in this colour, so it can be a long time until another one turns up for sale.


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