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1968, Silver/Black, wire-wheels.

Sold new to Sig Carlo Petrini of Bastia in Umbria/I.

Late 70ies imported in the USA then with 3 owners in the USA and 1 owner in Canada.

2003 located in Toronto/CAN, for sale on ebay, asking price $ 25.000.

Dec. 2005 located in Philadelphia VIR./USA, 2.Dec.2005 sold on Ebay for $ 34.000.

Oct. 2011 located in LA.CA./USA (reg. 5ZDW131), for sale on eBay.

June 2012 located in Hollywood.CA./USA, for sale on eBay.

Oct. 2012 for sale via European Vintage Car Co. Cave Creek.AR./USA for 47.000 €.

Feb. 2013 for sale via Elite Motor Group AR./USA.

May 2013 for sale via Grand Prix Café Southampton.NY./USA. Asking price $ 75.000.

November 2014 for sale via Mark Hyman, St Louis.MO./USA. Asking price $ 159.000.

"This 1968 Mexico is one of only 175 equipped with the 4.7L engine, which is paired with the highly desirable 5-speed manual gearbox. It is finished in attractive, lustrous metallic silver over black leather with Borrani alloy wire wheels. This Mexico has a pleasing, lightly broken-in feel that is fresh enough to have been shown recently at both the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance and Hilton Head Concours. Straight panels, good gaps and very nice chrome combine with the high quality paint work to create a genuinely elegant and attractive grand touring car. The cabin is warm and inviting, swathed in black leather and fitted with nearly new black carpets. The wood dash and door caps are very nice andappropriately finished with the correct satin sheen. A proper GT car, the Mexico has room for four thanks to a pair of comfortable rear seats and a large trunk with room for a weekend’s worth of luggage. The driver faces a beautiful wood rim wheel and a set of white on black Smiths instruments and a bank of classic aircraft-type toggle switches. Original equipment included electric windows and air conditioning, both still intact. The interior of the Mexico is minimally adorned, elegant and comfortable. The trunk is correctly finished and features a full size Borrani spare wheel. A modern Blaupunkt stereo has been added for the rare occasions when you’d like to tune out the glorious rumble from the Weber-fed 4.7 liter V8. The engine bay is tidy and clean, with a pleasingly original feel, with nearly all correct finishes and fittings. History is well known going back to when it was sold new in Italy. In the late 1970’s it was imported to the USA where it changed hands a few times between American and Canadian owners, most of which have been well documented. It is fully sorted and ready to be enjoyed on the road or at the occasional show. The Maserati Mexico is an unusual and attractive Italian GT car, with robust mechanicals and a thoroughbred bloodline. This is the kind of car best suited to continental cruises, perhaps accompanied by a Miles Davis soundtrack and a pack of Gauloises on the console."