First released at the Salone Di Torino in November of 1963, the Maserati Quattroporte was marketed toward film stars, heads of state, royalty and ambassadors around the world. 1967 saw the series 2 cars enter the market as the fastest 4 door car in the world and with limited production numbers of only 193 internationally, the Quattroporte is now quite a rare beast. Fitted with the finest Italian equipment, this rare Series 2 Quattroporte boasts Borrani steel wheels, power assisted steering, double wishbone suspension and an interior draped in original plush hides and lovely rosewood trim. And, even with all of the above luxury this classic was still able to reach 0-100 kmh in just 8.5 seconds, doing so with panache. More expensive than a Rolls Royce SS when sold new in 1968, according Maserati archives this incredibly rare example was sold from a Turin based Maserati dealership to Perth, Australia optioned with a 5 speed manual transmission, Verde Bosco (green) exterior and Senape (tan) interior. This example also benefits from a mechanical and paint freshen up that was completed in 2009. Available in right hand drive, with power steering and its original leather interior this car
1968 maserati quattroporte burgundy 4-door 5-speed leather manual power-steering rhd rwd petrol luxury italian fast saloon 2wd
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