?Lost and Found: 1962 Maserati 3500GT: Ultra-Rare Factory
Configuration (Carbureted, 5-Speed, Disc Brakes)This 1962 Maserati
3500GT left the factory carbureted, with a 5-speed gearbox and disc
brakes. Only a handful of 3500GTs were built in this configuration.
A lifelong black plate California car just extracted from barn
storage where its been sitting quietly and undisturbed since 1978.
Ivory with red leather interior and just one owner since 1967. An
incredibly original matching numbers car and offered in an
extremely rare factory combination. This is the very best car you
can restore being a 5-speed carbureted, disc brake model. If you're
a Maserati collector or enthusiast, you will not find a better
restoration candidate. The chance to own such a car is very likely
a once in a lifetime opportunity. To find another un-restored
original 3500GT with these three specifications and one that can be
restored to your own standards is likely impossible, making this
example an undeniably exciting discovery.Price: $225,000 $195,000
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