1962 maserati 3500 gti




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    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    It was a seminal vehicle for Maserati as the company's first successful attempt at the Gran Turismo market and series production. Next came the bodywork. In it was sold to the current owners. The Scottsdale Auction by Bonhams.

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

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    Maserati had started experimenting with its own fuel injection designs in under the guidance of Chief Engineer Giulio Alfieri. The first application of direct fuel injection supplied by Bosch in a Maserati had come on the F Formula 1 car. For road-going production, a partnership was formed with British supplier Lucas, and the GTi became the first Italian road car equipped with indirect petrol injection, whilst the mechanical system was also used to good effect on the second series GT.

    The increase in horsepower 15 bhp was less significant than the increase in smoothness and driveability. Four-wheel disc brakes became fitted as standard on all GTs from There were also some subtle revisions to the styling that same year with less chrome and new taillights.

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    Looking at the sales brochures, there were some external differences between the carburettor version and the injected GT: Certified by Maserati Classiche.

    Matching numbers and presented in original factory delivered livery. Extensive history file includes copies of factory built sheets. The Scottsdale Auction by Bonhams.

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    Since acquisition the engine has been fitted with Weber carburettors, replacing the Lucas fuel injection, and the car treated to a complete restoration. The latter commenced in and was completed in , since when the car has scarcely been used. Refinished in its rare original livery of Maya Red with black Connolly leather interior, this beautiful Italian classic is described as in generally very good condition and offered with Maserati factory certificate, French Carte Grise and the original fuel injection system.

    It has covered , km in the hands of just three owners. The model from this year was the most successful version, with bhp available underfoot, complemented by the five-speed gearbox. During restoration work carried out by the ARES workshop during the s, the paintwork was redone, and part of the leather trim was replaced, while retaining the original seats.

    At the same time, new brakes, clutch and a stainless steel exhaust were fitted. Cars with such continuous history are hard to come by, and this Maserati offers a remarkable opportunity to acquire a car in original condition, as might be found some thirty years ago. Thoughtfully restored a number of years ago, it retains a very original feel with smooth, clean body panels showing off the correct deep dark gray paint and sparkling brightwork.

    1962 maserati 3500 gti

    Rich red leather seats contrast beautifully with the dark exterior. This fact is supported by an interesting file of history which dates back to its original supply, which was in Germany. The original closed German registration Kraftfahrzeugbrief is included in the history file and confirms that the car was first registered to Dr. Norbert Heieck of Braunschwieg on July 10, A later copy of a bill of sale from Auto-Becker of Dusseldorf charts its sale to the U. Harris of Rolla, Missouri on March 18, The car is understood to have spent much of the next two decades in Sacramento and by late s, the car was with Bruce Trenery of Fantasy Junction, CA when it was sold to the previous owner, John Hansen of Sioux Falls, SD in through that same company.

    Not always the case with cars like this. Hansen shipped the car home to Sioux Falls and appears to have used it for roughly a year before its engine needed rebuilding, this work took a while as he worked to source parts around the U. In it was sold to the current owners. Notes from Hansen to the current owners suggest that the often troublesome fuel-injection system had been removed from the car around , though it is still with the car. The Maserati can otherwise be described as correct and complete, aesthetically it remains predominantly original structurally and cosmetically and shows some signs of age and use, most notably there is some localized corrosion to the exterior bodywork and the interior shows signs of its age.

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