This 1973 Indy 4900 was built during the period that Citroen owned Maserati, and is one of the final Indy 4900's built. It was originally delivered in Italy. When it arrived in the States is not certain. The 4932cc engine has 320 hp from a 90 degree V-8. 4 pairs of weber carbs are a sight to behold. It has a ZF 5 speed gearbox, and Citroen braking system--assisted by nitrogen. Air conditioning was standard, and the original Blaupunkt radio remains. The air still blows cold.
At some point while in the States, the car underwent a restoration with a beautiful repaint, and the gauges were replaced with a speedometer in MPH, not Kilometers. The brake rotors were recently replaced, and the calipers rebuilt. The nitrogen system has also been replaced. The car has a wonderful Italian presence, and was awarded a Palmeto award at the 2014 Hilton Head Concours, and took 2nd in class at Keeneland Concours. And the judges seemed most impressed that the Indy had been driven to each event. The exhaust sounds of trumpets at 3000RPM.