The Maserati Sebring was launched in 1962 and produced until 1969. The Sebring was a two-door, 2+2 coupe based on the popular Maserati 3500 and was aimed at the U.S. GT market. The model’s name comes from Maserati’s victory at the 12 Hours of Sebring race in 1957. Although Vignale designed a Spyder model, it never entered production. The 3.5-liter, fuel-injected engine enabled the 1962 Maserati Sebring to reach a top speed of 137 mph and achieve 0 to 60 mph in 8.5 seconds. A ZF 5-speed transmission was fitted and an optional Borg-Warner 3-speed automatic was made available as an option. Two series of Maserati Sebring were made, the latter boasting larger engines. A total of 348 units of Maserati Sebring series I were built from 1962 to 1965.
A 1962 Maserati Sebring is a well-proportioned and refined vehicle that makes for a very usable classic if you’re looking at a mechanically sound car. Service on a classic Maserati can be quite onerous, which is why The Beverly Hills Car Club team always advises their clients to get the best classic within their budget. A healthy classic Italian GT will give you much satisfaction in terms of ownership and driving experience and you will avoid countless hours in the shop costing you a lot of money and preventing you from enjoying your GT. In addition to their many tips and pieces of advice, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a wide inventory of classic cars of all makes and models. The team welcomes you to their Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime to take a look at their collection and maybe view a particular model of 1962 Maserati Sebring you’ve been searching for.
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