In the 1960s, Maserati was making a name for itself with its stylish and luxurious touring coupes. These cars were very advanced for their day, capable of high speed and equipped with advanced technology for the era. Styled by Vignale, the Mexico was the successor to the 5000GT. Initially available with a 4.7 liter dual cam V8, a smaller 4.2 liter, this car for sale in California has the smaller, 4.2 liter engine made available later in the production run.
305 Produced, Maserati Mexico chassis number AM112*328*. Fitted with a 4.2-litre engine, Colour: silver, Interior: black leather. Constructed in June 1968 and sold in Italy to Sig Carlo Petrini of Bastia in Umbria. Dash facia covered with wood paneling, Borrani wire wheels, ZF 5-speed gearbox, Power Steering.
At a little over $57,000, the asking price for this Mexico is pretty much spot on with where the market is on these cars today. Many of these classic Maserati grand tourers represent a fantastic way to get Ferrari or Lamborghini like performance and style for a fraction of what you would pay for those other, more famous Italian classics.