Loving him was like driving a Maserati down a cul-de-sac; faster than the wind, passionate as sin, ending so suddenly - Taylor Swift
Before sales of the 3500GT began to decline, Maserati presented its new 3500GTI Coupé S at the Geneva Motor Show in 1962. "S" stood for Sebring, and referred to the circuit in Florida where Maserati 450S racing cars scored a major victory at the hands of Fangio and Behra a few years earlier. The new car became known as the Sebring and was based on the short 3500GT Spyder chassis.
The 2+2 bodywork was a design by Giovanni Michelotti from his time at Vignale. time at Vignale. With the exception of four early examples fitted with Weber carburettors, the series' inline-6 engine was fitted with Lucas fuel injection. The sporty Sebring had a number of technical improvements over the 3500GT, including optional automatic transmission, air conditioning and Borrani wheels that made it the ultimate luxury GT of its day.
Ours? Fully restored by Lapré this Sebring has been fully restored as it should be. The restoration was done by Lapré. Lapré is one of the leading Ferrari and Maserati Specialists. Our Sebring has also been completely overhauled. So the engine is as good as new. This example is a series one with grey bodywork and red interior. The bodywork and interior is still in original condition. This car was originally delivered in France!