The Maserati Sebring was introduced in 1962 and two variants were made throughout the model’s life: from 1962 to 1965, the series I was produced, replaced in 1965 by the series II. 1969 was the last year for the Maserati Sebring, before the Maserati Mistral replaced the model. A 3.7-liter, fuel-injected engine, also available in a larger 4-liter version, powered the 1969 Maserati Sebring series II. The power output was 245 hp for the smaller engine, and 255 hp for the larger unit with a top speed of 150 mph. The chassis was a complex design using multiple tubes, stiffeners, pressings, and brackets. As a result, the Sebring was a comfortable model with great handling. Intended for the luxurious American GT market, the car offered many options such as a radio, air conditioning, special paint, wire wheels, and an automatic transmission, seen for the first time on an Italian sports car.
If you’re interested in becoming the proud owner of a 1969 Maserati Sebring, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great place to start your search. Not only does their Los Angeles-based classic car dealership carry a wide inventory of models in all conditions, but also the team is renowned for their top notch service. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, the experts will share useful tips and advice on how to make the best purchase. They’ll guide you through the research, the transaction, and the ownership to ensure you have a hassle-free, memorable, and enjoyable experience. One tip the team likes to give is to have the body thoroughly inspected for rust. Like many classics of the era, the Sebring is prone to rust damage and a restoration or a refreshing job can be time-consuming and onerous.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to get a complete list of tips on how to buy the best 1969 Maserati Sebring within your budget. The friendly staff is looking forward to hearing all about your automobile experience and assisting you with your 1969 Maserati Sebring project.
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