Maserati Sebring Series 2

£229,999

Make: Maserati

Model: Sebring Series 2

Year: 1966

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Description

Maserati Sebring Series 2, 1966.Left hand drive.

3.7 engine.

NAB 763D

VIN # AM101 10391

Argento 101 silver with Pelle Blue trim.

Maserati factory classiche certification.

A fabulous classic Maserati, ready to use and enjoy in truly superb condition throughout.

Specification:

245 BHP twin cam 6 cylinder engine.

3700cc

5 speed ZF gearbox.

Triple weber carburettors.

Twin spark.

Rebuilt polished Borrani spoke wheels.

Recent set of high quality Michelin Pilot road racing tyres.

Fabulous coachwork by Michelotti and Vignale.

Restored in Modena by Autosport and Tralli in the late 1990’s.

Body and paint revised 2014 by County Classics and Kustom 101.

Full engine rebuild 2017 by McGrath Maserati.

 

This beautiful car is much admired and is well known to the UK Maserati Owners Club and McGrath Maserati. It was properly restored in Italy and has been maintained and fettled to a very high standard ever since.  It is in regular use and is without problem. Recently it covered 1,000 miles on the ‘Maserati International Rally’ based at Gleneagles, Scotland.

 

The current owner purchased it in Italy and it was driven back to the UK 19 years ago.  It was originally sold new by Pozzi in Paris and resided (of course) in the glamorous 1960’s south of France.

This is one of the very best examples available and has been looked after correctly regardless of cost for many many years.  It has won many awards and has been magazine featured and displayed at the NEC Classic Car Show several times, along with Hampton Court Concours etc.  Please see the following schedule of awards and features.

Spring 2002         Trident Club Magazine – Introduction / write up.

May 2002             ‘Class Winner’ Auto Italia Day, Stanford Hall, Club Concours.

Oct 2003               ‘Best car of Rally’ Club Autumn meeting, Ayrshire.

Oct 2004              Manx Independent, Newspaper article, Manx Club Rally.

June 2005            ‘Class Winner’ Auto Italia Day, Stanford Hall, Club Concours.

June 2006            ‘Class Winner’ Auto Italia Day, Stanford Hall, Club Concours.

Issue 89                Features in ‘Viale Ciro Menotti’ Maserati Club International.

May 2007             ‘Lord Montague’s Choice’  National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Club spring rally.

April 2008            ‘Best Maserati’ Italian Auto Moto Festival, Bristol.

April 2008            ‘Best car of rally’ Club Spring rally, Epernay, France.

June 2008            ‘Class Winner’ Auto Italia Day, Stanford Hall, Club Concours.

Nov 2009              Classic & Sports-Car magazine feature.

Oct 2011               Overall winner Autumn Club rally – Tour of the Trossachs.

Sept 2012             Overall winner / Best Car Autumn rally – Tour of the Lake District.

March 2014         Best Maserati Bristol Auto Moto Italian car festival, celebrating 100 years of Maserati.

July 2014              100 years celebration of Maserati exhibitor, Silverstone Classic Meeting & track parade.

August 2014        Car Fest South, Exhibitor / Entrant / Display.

Sept 2014             Hampton Court Palace, invitation, International Concours Entrant.

June 2014            Dick Lovett, Maserati Club Concours entrant.

April 2015            Best Classic Maserati, Cameron Miller Rally, Maserati Club UK.

April 2015            Article in ‘The Cornishman’ Newspaper, St. Ives.

June 2015            Dick Lovett, Maserati Club Concours entrant.

August 2015        Car Fest South, Exhibitor / Entrant / Display.

June 2017            Best Classic Maserati, Maserati Club Concours. Blenheim Palace.

Nov 2017              Exhibited at NEC Classic Car Show, Maserati Club Stand.

June 2018            Best Classic Maserati, Locktons Concours. Blenheim Palace.

Feb 2019              London Classic Car Show, Excel, Grand Avenue exhibitor.

Oct 2019               Classic & Sportscar Magazine – Case history write up

Sept 2020             Salon Prive, exhibitor display.

The history files are volumous and comprehensive, detailing the expenditure and works carried out.  This gorgeous Italian Classic is now for sale by the owner after 19 years.