The 1969 Maserati Ghibli I is a gorgeous 2+2, 2-door sports car that was one of Maserati’s most popular models ever made. Designed by Giorgio Giugiaro at Ghia, the body of the Ghibli was long, with a characteristic sharp nose and flawless proportions. The performance of the Ghibli I models wasn’t as impressive as its Lamborghini and Ferrari V12 counterparts were, but the car was smooth, well balanced and a real joy to drive. Still today, the Ghibli I offers a thrilling driving experience, with no need for additional power. The 4.7-liter V8 was perfectly tuned by the engineers, producing 330 hp and a heart-wrenching noise. The car was available with a five-speed ZF gearbox or a three-speed automatic transmission as an option from 1969. In 1969, a convertible model was made available, and the interior and dashboard were redesigned.
Whether you’re looking for a barn find at a relatively affordable price, or a fully equipped Ghibli SS with leather seating, tinted power windows, a heated rear window and air conditioning, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great place to start your search for a 1969 Maserati Ghibli I. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership offers a wide range of classic Maseratis for sale and the experienced team has contacts all over the world to help you find your dream car. Buying a classic car is a big commitment and talking to a classic Maserati expert can be useful to figure out exactly the model and option combination that match your needs, and also to be aware of maintenance requirements for a particular model.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is ready to assist you with your search for a 1969 Maserati Ghibli I. Contact the team today to find out more about the model in inventory or to learn more about the service offered. The team will go the extra mile to make your experience memorable. Call the team today to get started!
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