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1970 Maserati Indy 4200

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1970 Maserati Indy 4200
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SH ID

23-0724014

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In Stock

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Belgium

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Description

Gearbox Manual

 

Fuel Gasoline

 

Engine V8 4200


Exterior color Celeste Chiaro

 

Interior color Senape Tan

 

Power kW (HP) 191 kW (260HP)

 

Country Origin Italy

 

CO2 emission Oldtimer

Step back in time and experience Italian elegance with this nice example of a 1970 Maserati Indy 4200 adorned in the classic Celeste Chiaro blue with a tasteful tan interior. Designed by the famed Carrozzeria Vignale, the Indy boasts a sleek and aerodynamic body, reflecting Maserati’s commitment to both performance and style. Under the hood, the 4.2-liter V8 engine, known for its distinct power delivery and sonorous exhaust note, immediately attracts attention. Equipped with a manual gearbox, the Indy offers an engaging driving experience, evoking the spirit of grand touring cars of its time. Standard equipment includes a two-way adjustable steering column, an anti-theft steering lock, leather upholstery, tinted electric windows, reclining seats, fog lamps, a heated rear windscreen, headrests and a dashboard-mounted clock in front of the passenger. Originally delivered in Varese (Italy), the chassis number AM116 524 moved to the United States California more than 20 years ago. The Indy participated to the Monterey Car Parade in 2000 and stayed until 2018 in the hands of a famous American physicist who has been a pioneer in the use of lasers in art conservation. It was then acquired by Beverly Hills Car in Los Angeles, who sold the vehicle again to the current owner. Today the Maserati GT 2+2 is back on the European continent and registered as an Oldtimer in Belgium, ready to be enjoyed by another passionate. As attested by the Maserati Classic certificate, it is in original state, complemented by full matching numbers. This Indy has been regularly maintained. The following works were done in 2022 for a total amount of 4.800 EUR: replacement of the carburettors, new fuel supply hose and new windshield wipers. Although one of the lesser-known Maseratis to the general public, the Indy is nonetheless a formidable car. For the record, it had a few reputable owners such as Roy Disney or Paul Breitner. So … Are you tempted by this GT 2+2 with its typically Italian class? Do not hesitate to come and see it in our Zaventem premises located 5 min away from the Brussels airport.