The Maserati Mexico is a four-seat GT based on the chassis of the Quattroporte, with a 3.5-inch shorter wheelbase. The same 4.2 or 4.7-liter V8 engine powered the car. The production of the Maserati Mexico started in 1966 and ended in 1972, although from 1968, few units were made as the clientele favored the contemporary Maserati Indy. The interior of the Maserati Mexico was quite luxurious, featuring comfortable leather seats, standard air conditioning, a beautiful wooden dashboard, electric windows, and iodine headlights. Power steering, an automatic transmission, and a radio were made available as options. The 1968 Maserati Mexico was fitted with Borrani chrome wire wheels and was the first production car from the brand to feature servo assisted ventilated disc brakes on all four wheels.
Only 485 Maserati Mexico were made, making the model a rare and desirable classic nowadays. If you’re in the market for a 1968 Maserati Mexico, The Beverly Hills Car Club welcomes the opportunity to help you and earn your business. Their friendly team will give you tips on how to make the best purchase and will assist you throughout all the steps, from the research to the ownership experience. One piece of advice the staff likes to share with their clients and friends is to make a list of the options and features you’re looking for in your classic Maserati. An automobile that has original accessories and options, such as the radio, handbook, and toolkit, will be extra valuable for instance. The Beverly Hills Car Club can help you define what model best fits your needs.
Browse the online inventory to view the 1968 Maserati Mexicos currently for sale at the Los Angeles classic car dealership and don’t hesitate to call the team if you have questions. They’re only one ring away and ready to assist you. Connect with them today to get started!
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