1967 Maserati Mistral 4.0 Coupe s/n AM109A1 1172, engine no. AM109.A1.1172 Cream with Black Leather Interior With beautiful Frua coachwork and a fuel-injected twin-plug dual overhead cam inline-6 derived from Maserati’s 250F Formula 1 race car engine, the Mistral is a beautiful, technically interesting, and underappreciated classic. The Mistral was introduced in 1963 in 3.7 liter form, making it among the first fuel-injected production cars, and was equipped with a 5-speed ZF transmission and disc brakes all round. In 1966, the powerplant was upgraded to a 4.0 liter unit, creating what is now the most sought-after variant of the car. This particular car spent many years in Tennessee, having been sold there in August of 1990 to a long term owner who kept the car for nearly 25 years. Approximately one year ago, it was purchased by a collector who had the car mechanically recommissioned after years of disuse. Included among this were redone fuel and hydraulic systems. The fuel injection was rebuilt with new seals, injectors, valves, diaphragm, and fuel lines. The clutch master and slave cylinders, brake master cylinder and booster, front calipers, and soft brake lines were replaced or
left-hand-drive 1967 maserati mistral black 5-speed black-leather restored sat-nav rwd petrol coupe luxury italian fast leather black-interior 2wd dark-interior
1145 Park Avenue
Emeryville, 94608, California
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