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1967, Silver/Black, P/S, A/C.

Sept. 1991 with SPORTS & SPECIALIST CARS - ???.NJ./USA.

Jan. 2006 for sale in the USA.

2014, Sarasota Classic Car Museum, Sarasota FL./USA.

March 2016, auctioned off by Hollywood Wheels, Amelia Island FL./USA.

  • One of only 485 Mexico’s built
  • Rosso Rubino with black leather buckets
  • 5-Speed Manual Transmission
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
  • Numbers matching 4.7 Liter V8
  • Chrome Borrani Wheels
  • Beautifully maintained in Florida collection, ready to drive

The production Maserati Mexico debuted in public at the international Paris Motor Show in 1966. It was built on the first generation Quattroporte chassis with a shortened wheelbase. Built in house at Maserati the bodywork was designed by Italian coach builder Vignale. Originally powered by a 4.7-litre V8 fed by four twin-choke 38 DCNL5 Weber carburetors that produced 290 bhp, the car managed to turn out a top speed between 250 km/h (155 mph). The productions run last through 1973 when the last Mexico rolled out the line. The Mexico underwent few changes during its lifetime. Its luxurious interior included a rich leather seating for four adults, electric windows, wooden dashboard, iodine headlights and air conditioning as standard. Automatic transmission, power steering and a radio were available as optional extras. Borrani chrome wire wheels were standard on early. The Mexico was the first production Maserati to be fitted with servo assisted ventilated disc brakes on all four wheels. The styling of this Maserati in Rosso Rubino with Boranni wire wheels is a very clean. It is a great driving example of an early 4.7 Mexico. The professionally reupholstered black leather Interior with new carpets has the scent of a fine Italian purse. Under the hood is the correct numbers matching 4.7 Liter V8 and factory 5-Speed manual transmission. Other options include factory A/C, and power steering. This is well-documented and beautifully maintained high performance Italian GT saloon is ready to drive. These cars are truly rare, only 485 Mexico’s were produced of which a mere 175 were equipped with the 4.7 litre motor. These cars are significant styling exercises and welcomed at prestigious events throughout the world.


18.01.2017, sold via Worlwide Auctioneers (Scottsdale AR./USA) for $143.000.

14.08.2020 auctioned via RM Sotheby's, Monterey CA./USA.