1966 Maserati Sebring 3.7 – Survivor Car
1966 Maserati Sebring 3.7 Litre
– Original 34,000 km from new
– First owner from 1966 to 2014
– An extreme original example
– Very rare condition.
Introduced in 1962, The Sebring was one of the last manifestations of the the 3500GT which was a vital part in Maserati’s quest to establish themselves as manufactures of Roadcars. it was one of the most elegant and understated grand touring cars of the 1960’s while sharing many of the same qualities as its “prancing horse” cousins did.
This Car was completed in April of 1966 and Delivered to its first owner in Barcelona, Spain wearing the same Rosso Cordoba and Pelle Bianca livery that it still wears today. It was owned and cared for by its original until 2014 when the vehicle was purchased by a prominent collector in Southern California still maintaining much of its original patina. This car maintains its original numbers matching drivetrain and the odometer shows 34,000 Kilometers (22,000 Miles) covered which is believed to be actual. Included with the sale is extensive documentation pertaining to maintenance and registration of the vehicle along with a complete set of books and original tools. This is an absolutely spectacular preservation class vehicle and we are pleased to offer this vehicle for sale.
Contact Stephen Bell at 303 388 9788