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1975 Maserati Bora 4900

Thiesen Hamburg GmbH

1975 Maserati Bora 4900
Thiesen Hamburg GmbH
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23-0728005

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Description

Colour Argento

 

Interior Leather Pelle Nera

 

Type Sports car/Coupe

 

Gearbox Manual shift

 

Drive Left

 

Engine V8 4,930 cm3

 

Transmission ZF 5-speed




The Bora was introduced to the public at the Geneva Motor Show on 11 March 1971. Maserati had commissioned the design from Giorgetto Giugiaro of Ital-design. He was briefed to combine sporting performance with aspects of design, comfort and safety. Giugiaro created a two-seater coupé with simple, very elegant lines that gave the Bora a harmonious appearance. The Maserati company was then embarking on a new era. The design, with the engine behind the driver but still in front of the rear axle, is typical of motorsport. Maserati had already used it successfully there for the first time in 1961 with the Tipo 63. The Bora transferred the innovative concept to the road. The Bora combined comfort and performance and offered a top speed of over 280 km/h, which provided great driving pleasure thanks to the exceptionally agile response of the engine and the quiet interior. From 1971 to 1978, 571 examples of the Maserati Bora were produced. Only 250 of these were equipped with the large 4.9 litre engine. According to available documents the Bora presented here was first delivered to Los Angeles in the USA after its completion in April 1975. A few years ago the car arrived in Germany via France, where it is still at home today. It is a almost untouched original vehicle. Copies of the original production documents and the order form from Maserati are available! The colour combination and engine are according to the delivery specification. A good opportunity to acquire a Bora in the sought-after version, with attractive colouring and in outstanding condition!