Launched in 1957, the Maserati 3500 was a two-door GT with very elegant bodywork. Multiple coachbuilders participated to the design of the 3500, and two trims were made available: a 2+2 coupe by Touring of Milan and a convertible by Vignale of Turin. The Maserati 3500 was the third production car launched by the brand and the first to be produced in relatively large quantities. Only 140 road cars were made beforehand. Maserati was famous for its racing successes and the street machines were highly inspired by the racing units. The 1958 Maserati 3500 boasted a twin cam, 3.5-liter, 6-cylinder engine, capable of 150 hp. Linked to a four-speed ZF gearbox, the engine was smooth and the car was a real pleasure to drive.
Second year of production for the popular Maserati 3500, 1958 saw the arrival of front disk brakes and limited-slip differential available as options. If you are still gathering information to figure out what model and options are the right fit for you, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to help you explore the different versions of Maserati 3500 to understand their differences. It is always recommended to go for one that has as many additional features as you can afford, as it will increase the value of the classic down the road. However, finding the perfect version can be tough, especially since each car was unique and the model is so rare nowadays. That is another thing The Beverly Hills Car Club experts can help you with. Thanks to years of experience in the classic car industry, they have unmatched expertise when it comes to the current value and availabilities of classic Maseratis.
Contact the friendly and knowledgeable staff at the Los Angeles classic car dealership if you are seeking valuable information on different features and specifications of any Maserati 3500 models. The team will be happy to assist you in your research and look forward to hearing from you soon.
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