Year of construction 1974 PS 332 PS color Verde Indy leather tan one of just 275 4,9 Litre Bora produced matching numbers and color examples FIVA Documents Offered with Maserati Classiche Factory Certificate and Build Records Comprehensive restoration performed in 2012-2013 price 228.000,- Euro EUR
Our Maserati Bora 4.7L # AM117/060 is a very early Bora as she is the 30th on the only 289 Bora 4.7L produced She was sold new in Sweden in 1972 She was totally dismantled and then restored mechanically and cosmetically (except the interior) This matching number Maserati Bora 4.7L # AM117/060 is in a very good condition and above all she runs perfectly ! Odometer shows 4,055 km Swedish papers
--Rame Metallic (Copper) with Bone leather interior and Charcoal carpeting, 15,000 ORIGINAL MILES, 5-speed manual, Collector Owned, Full Ownership history from new. Built in December 1973 to US Specification, this Bora was sold new in June 1974 in the Los Angeles area, finished in the current desirable color combination and is believed that this was the Bora used on the famous 'Wind and Star' brochure. In 1980 it was sold to a gentleman in the Lake Tahoe, Nevada area. Later in 1986 it returned to California where it resided until 2003, owned throughout that time by the former road manager of well known rock band 'The Grateful Dead.' In 2005, this Bora it was sold to a gentleman in Atlanta, Georgia with its odometer reading just 8,521 miles. This Bora is without a doubt one of the most unmolested and original Bora's still in existence. The car has covered a mere 15,121 original miles to date and it looks and drives exactly as a low mileage car should. The paint is mostly original with some minor touch ups, but overall the paint quality is extremely good. Body fit and finish is superb and the interior is all original and in excellent condition throughout. Currently fitted with a mode
Caractéristiques Année du Modèle : Juillet 1973 N° Châssis : AM117/49*594* Couleur extérieure : Noir Couleur intérieure : Cuir tan Kilométrage : 65 681 Miles CV DIN: 330 ch CV fiscaux: 27 CV Cylindrée : 4930 cm3 Boîte de vitesses : Manuelle, 5 vitesses Peinture d’origine : Non Origine du modèle : USA Historique et restauration Produite en seulement 275 exemplaires, cette Maserati Bora 4.9 a été assemblée en Juillet 1973 à Modène pour être ensuite délivrée à son premier propriétaire en Juillet 1973 à Los Angeles. Elle ne dispose aujourd’hui que de 65 681 Miles d’origine. Nous avons le Classiche Maserati attestant de la configuration d’origine du modèle, extérieur Nero (code 20B50) et cuir Tan (code PAC 1775), mais aussi de la conformité entre le numéro moteur et celui du châssis. De plus, elle est équipée en option par l’usine de l’air conditionné ainsi que de la radio Blaupunkt Frankfurt. La voiture a récemment eu un entretien important avec notamment le changement de l’embrayage, il y a environ 6000 Km en Avril 2014. La voiture dispose d’un important dossier de factures en plus du manuel d’utilisateur et du livret officiel des différentes pièces de rechange de la Bora. Garantie du véhicule Le véhicule sera vendu révisé et garanti 3 mois ou 5000kms Prix 214 000 € Nous trouver et nous contacter Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / 04 79 88 66 36 - Jérôme Millias 07 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans Nos horaires Du Lundi au Samedi, de 8h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 18h30 http://jeanlainvintage.com/nos-vehicules/vehicules-a-vendre/ *************************************************************************************** Specifications Year of manufacture: 1973 Chassis number: AM117/49*594* Exterior color: Black Interior color: Tan leather Mileage: 65 681 Miles HP: 330cv Engine displacement: 4930 cm3 Gearbox: Manual 5 Original paint: No Delivery country: USA History Produced in only 275 copies, this car is an original US market car and was delivered new on July 1973 in Los Angeles to its first owner. According to Maserati Classiche documentation, this Bora 4.9 is fully matching numbers and was completed in Maserati's Modena workshop in July of 1973. Finished in the same combination Black paint over Tan leather interior as it bares today, this example was fitted with factory air conditioning and a special order Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio. This Bora 4.9 with just 6,000 miles covered since an engine rebuild in April 2014. The black paint is well sorted and the original Tan interior has a lovely patina. The car has a large invoices file in addition to the owner's manual and the official booklet of the different mechanical parts of the Bora. Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Price 214 000 euros Find us and contact us Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / +334 79 88 66 36 - Jérôme Millias +337 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans France Opening hours From Monday to Saturday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 6.30pm http://jeanlainvintage.com/nos-vehicules/vehicules-a-vendre/
1973 Maserati Bora 4.9 s/n AM117/49-US700, engine no. AM107/11/49*700* Silver with Red Leather Interior The Bora was Maserati's response to the Lamborghini Miura, which created a sensation when introduced in 1966 thanks to its stunning looks and mid-engined layout. Ferrari's Daytona, introduced in 1968, proved to be disappointingly front-engined, but the Bora, launched in 1971, was not. Featuring Maserati's fantastic quad cam alloy V8 directly descended from the 450S race car, theBora was mid-engined with the appearance to match. The styling was striking and angular, with an intriguing combination of brutality and restraint, and was penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Italdesign. The rear clamshell was uniquely covered in glass and both the roof and A-pillar were covered in brushed stainless steel. The Bora was also technically innovative. The sophisticated V8 (available in either 4.7 or 4.9 liter displacements), was backed by ZF's excellent 5-speed transaxle. Suspension was independent all around, addressing a long-standing criticism of the Bora's predecessor, the Ghibli, which had a live rear axle. Maserati was then under Citroen's ownership, and their unique hydraulic braking system
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