Chassis # AM11749US930 Engine # AM1071149930 Recently Sorted With $10K In Receipts A Numbers Matching Example Offered With Maserati Classiche Documentation A Driver Quality 4.9L Bora Details In 1971, the well-recognized designer Giorgetto Giugiaro, whom was responsible for the design of the Maserati Boomerang, (one of the most iconic concept cars ever made) brought forth a new creation known as the Bora which made its debut in the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. With its roots stemming back to the Tipo 63, the mid-engine Bora came with a 4.7L or 4.9L quad cam V8 eventually coming standard with a revised 4.9L that put out 310bhp horsepower at 6000rpm which was about 30 more horsepower than the previous engine. From a design standpoint, cars of this era were extremely flamboyant and possessed styling elements that quite frankly had never been thought to be tangible. Mechanically, engines were being mounted in the middle of the car instead of the front to improve weight distribution and to allow uniq ue body designs to take fruition. These supercars that were being built were extraordinary and seemed to be ahead of their time. The Lamborghini Miura and Countach , the De Tomaso Pantera, the Fe
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