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1970 MaseratiI Ghibli 4.7

Thiesen Hamburg GmbH

1970 MaseratiI Ghibli 4.7
Thiesen Hamburg GmbH
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23-0728004

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Germany

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Description

Colour Verde Gemma

 

Interior Leather Pelle Marrone

 

Type Sports car/Coupe

 

Gearbox Manual shift

 

Drive Left

The Maserati Ghibli (“hot desert wind”) was presented to the public at the 1966 Turin Motor Show. In 1968, Maserati launched the convertible version as the Ghibli Spyder. A special attraction of the Ghibli is the breathtaking coachwork. This was the first design that Giorgetto Giugiaro realised for Carrozzeria Ghia. He still considers the Ghibli to be his most beautiful creation. Giugiaro designed a flat body with a long engine hood, short passenger compartment and a striking hatchback. The unusual length of the bonnet was a stylistic pinch to mark the presence of the high-performance machine. Prominent drivers as Gunther Sachs, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Peter Sellers loved to appear in this milestone of automotive history. According to the Maserati Classiche certificate this Ghibli was delivered to its first owner, Silvio Poletto, in Padua / Italy on 2 October 1970. The car moved to Sweden in 1976. Since 2015 the Maserati is in Germany and has been technically serviced by the marque specialist „Steinke Sportwagen“ in Hamburg. This GT with an interesting history convinces with its elegant, sporty colour scheme and its very original condition. Engine number and colouring correspond to the delivery (“Matching-numbers!”). A rare opportunity for all lovers of Italian design to acquire the most expensive and certainly most beautiful sports car of the 60s. ZF 5-speed gearbox, tinted glass, electric windows, radio Becker Europa, wooden steering wheel, Campagnolo wheels etc.
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