The Maserati Mexico was a 2+2 GT designed by Vignale and produced between 1967 and 1972. Only 485 units were made in total, 175 models featuring a 4.7-liter engine and 305 models equipped with the 4.2-liter unit. From 1968, very few units were produced, as the contemporary Maserati Indy offered a more appealing alternative for a performance four-seater. The Maserati Mexico was a luxurious model, featuring four comfortable and high quality leather seats, a beautiful wooden dashboard, powered windows, iodine headlights, and standard air conditioning. Options such as power steering, a radio, or an automatic transmission were available as an option for more comfort.
If you’re currently looking to purchase a 1970 Maserati Mexico, chances are you already know most of the car’s specs. One interesting fact about the Mexico is that it was the first production Maserati to be fitted with servo assisted ventilated disc brakes on all four wheels. One of the pieces of advice The Beverly Hills Car Club team will give you when looking to purchase a classic car, is to list out all available options and color trim and put them in order of what matters most to you. Finding the perfect classic can be challenging and the team would be happy to assist you. Thanks to many years of experience dealing with classic cars, the experts have an extensive knowledge of the model, the market, the current value, and the availability. Once you find a 1970 Maserati Mexico you like, be sure to have a classic Maserati specialist carry out a pre-purchase inspection to make sure you know what the future maintenance and service needs are.
The Beverly Hills Car Club provides tips to their friends and clients regularly on how to make a smart classic car purchase. Call into their Los Angeles classic car dealership today to learn more and inquire about their current inventory.
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