Presented for your inspection and consideration is this Maserati 3500 GT. Although titled as a 1963, the Maserati factory documentation, included with the sale, shows this example was constructed in April of 1961 and delivered to its first owner in Palermo, Italy in November of the same year. After 35 years of dry storage, this 3500 GT has recently benefited from a comprehensive brake, fuel system and suspension overhaul at the hands of exotic car expert Mike Dupudja. The twin cam, twin plug, 3.5 liter engine has also been removed and completely rebuilt within the past 500 miles by professional engine builder, Gary Meier of Torque Power Engines . This Maserati starts, runs, drives and shows well and will do the new owner proud as an event car for touring, rallys and/or the Cars and Coffee scene. The accessories all function as they should, including instruments, window lifts, lighting, etc. Born Silver with black interior, the body has some alloy panel to steel chassis electrolysis/erosion issues that should be addressed sometime in the future to bring this awesome example to the next level. Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera of Milan, Italy constructed only 1981 of the 3500GT coupe for Maserati between 1957 and 1964 and these later models are in demand because of the lower roof line profile, 4 wheel disc brakes and various other improvements over the earlier models.