The Maserati 3500 was well received when first launched in 1957, and still is one of the brand’s biggest successes nowadays. Both the performance and the design of the model made it popular. Under the hood, a gorgeous all-aluminum, inline-six, twin cam engine was fitted with a capacity of 3.5 liters, hemispherical combustion, and twin spark plugs. Driving through a four-speed ZF gearbox for the first models, the 1963 Maserati 3500 featured a five-speed transmission unit, which gave the car additional driving flexibility. Later models were also fitted with Lucas fuel-injection system, rather than the traditional Weber carburetors, which increase the output by 15 hp. The bodywork was designed by Touring for the 2+2 coupe and by Vignale for the convertible models. Both featured elegant, classic, and refined lines that became iconic of Maserati’s models.
Produced from 1957 to 1964, the Maserati 3500 had nothing to envy of its competitors, thanks to Maserati’s unmatched ability to combine understated self-assurance and top performance. A 1963 Maserati 3500 is a great classic, with a special iconic look and well-engineered mechanics. This two-door GT was hand built and each model turned out to be unique with its set of options and customization requests of buyers. It is highly recommended to ask for the help of a classic Maserati expert when looking to purchase a Maserati 3500. A specialist will be able to assess the value of the car accurately and to carry out a pre-purchase inspection. The mechanics and esthetic condition should also be taken into consideration, alongside with the history and paperwork of the vehicle.
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