Available from 1962 to 1969, the Maserati Sebring was made in two variants: a series I model produced until 1965 with the 3.5-liter engine that powered the Maserati 3500, and a series II model with a 3.7 or 4-liter engine. Designed by Vignale, the body of the series II was recognizable to its lower profile, rectangular mesh grille, and hooded headlamps. With its 2+2 setup and long list of options (air conditioning, automatic transmission, radio, etc.), the 1968 Maserati Sebring was a usable, comfortable and luxurious GT, tailored to the American market. The enlarged engine offered a power output of 245 for the 3.7-liter unit, and 255 hp for the 4-liter, with a top speed of 150 mph. Although it wasn’t enough to compete with contemporary Ferraris, the Maserati Sebring was still a powerful GT with a subtle and more classical body that appealed to customers who were looking for a more discrete option.
Should you be in the market for a 1968 Maserati Sebring, the experts of The Beverly Hills Car Club can help. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a wide inventory of automobiles of all makes, models, and conditions. In addition, the team is in contact with many buyers worldwide and will go the extra mile to make sure you’re getting exactly what you’re looking for. Moreover, thanks to many years of experience in the industry, the friendly staff regularly shares tips and advice with their clients. For one, they’ll recommend you hire a classic Maserati expert to carry out a pre-purchase inspection and ensure you’re fully aware of the model’s history, condition, and functioning.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is looking forward to assisting you with your research, purchase, and ownership experience. Call today to find out about the 1968 Maserati Sebring currently in inventory at the Los Angeles classic car dealership. Their team is just a phone call away and looks forward to speaking with you soon.
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