Maserati’s glamorous four-seater clothed in a crisp and elegant Vignale-designed body. A highly attractive numbers-matching example, presented in its original colors of Argento over black leather and powered by a 4.2-liter quad-cam V8 and 5-speed gearbox. An outstanding example of this understated yet highly capable Italian Gran Turismo.
According to Maserati Classiche documentation, this Mexico was delivered to the Italian dealer Sport Auto Roma in July of 1968. S/N AM112.382 is one of 305 cars equipped with the 4.2-liter V8 engine, and it was originally finished in its current livery of Argento over black Connolly leather and equipped with A/C, power steering, and a Blaupunkt radio. This handsome example is the subject of a high-quality cosmetic restoration, faithful to its documented original specification. The elegant Vignale body looks crisp and fresh in its silver paintwork, which is in excellent condition with well-defined lines and good panel fit. Brightwork is similarly strong all around, including the delicate wraparound bumpers, egg-crate grille, and polished stainless sills. The knock-off Borrani wire wheels are in superb order, fitted with black wall high-performance BF Goodrich radials.