The Maserati Sebring was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 1962 and again at the Turin Show in 1963. Named after Maserati’s victory at the 12 Hours of Sebring race, the new GT was heavily based on the popular Maserati 3500 model, except for the coachwork. Powered by a 3.5-liter, fuel-injected engine unit, the Maserati Sebring could reach a top speed of 137 mph and go from 0 to 60 mph in 8.5 seconds. In 1963, the engine was updated and gained 15 PS. Designed by Vignale, the body of the 1963 Maserati Sebring was well-proportioned, combining long lines, sharp angles and rounded edges. A series II model was made available from 1965, featuring a 3.7-liter enginealthough a few series I were equipped with the larger unit.
The 1963 Maserati Sebring was made for the wealthy American GT clientele, featuring a luxurious and comfortable interior and an optional Borg-Warner 3-speed automatic transmissiona first for Italian sport GT. If you’re currently looking at an automobile to add to your collection, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be delighted to have a chat with you about your project. The experts are passionate about classic Maseratis and have an extensive knowledge of the market, as well as the best practices to make a good purchase. For example, they can tell you what a model is worth, considering the latest transactions, the condition of the car inside and outside, as well as its history. It is always recommended to request a pre-purchase inspection to make sure you are perfectly aware of the Sebring’s condition, functioning, and future service needs. If you need help finding a knowledgeable and trustworthy classic Maserati specialist, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to share their contacts with you.
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