It never fails. Every time I set my sights on a Maserati Ghibli, I can't help but think this is one of the most gorgeous Italian cars ever. This is especially the case if it happens to be one of the 125 Spyders ever made. These convertibles are toys for the serious collector, as they command big money these days. This Ghibli for sale in New York is a true survivor with a full history and is a rare opportunity to own one of Maserati's greats.
1971 Maserati Ghibli Spyder, 4.7L, 5-speed, A/C, PS, PB, newer XWX's on restored Borrani Wires. An incredible, three private owner survivor. Full ownership history with mileage for each owner. I have owned this car for almost 20 years. Registered, inspected, driven monthly, properly stored in winter, fully sorted and constant maintainance by marque specialist. The fact this Ghibli still has its original top is a testimint to the care it's had. Almost impossible to find in this condition. Great Patina. $495,000 obo
As we stated the last time we featured a Ghibli Spyder, these open roofed exotics tend to command anywhere between $275,000 to $350,000. Almost half a million dollars is all of the money for one of these cars. Even considering the patina and originality, I'd tend to think we might see $425,000, maybe $450,000 at the most.