The Maserati Indy was introduced in 1969 and the first models were delivered in 1970. The Indy was a shorter version of the Quattroporte, offering four full seats and luggage space to complete Maserati’s range. The Indy replaced the Maserati Mexico and was a great success thanks to its look, sound, and engine. With the Maserati Indy, the construction technique changed: chassis and body were no longer bolted, but were now welded as a unitary body. The 4.7-liter V8 enabled the Maserati Indy to reach a top speed of 160 mph, making it one of the fastest four-seater of its generation. The spacious interior was beautifully arranged with close attention to detail. From 1971, a new version was designed specially for the U.S. market, and named the Maserati Indy America. The 1971 Maserati Indy was one of the last traditional rear wheel drive, front-engined Maseratis powered by a normally aspirated V8 engine.
Should you be interested in acquiring a 1971 Maserati Indy, there are a few tips that can make your experience easy and enjoyable. For one, it is recommended to carry out a pre-purchase inspection to assess the exact condition of the body, mechanics, and electronics. If you need help finding a trustworthy Maserati expert, The Beverly Hills Car Club is happy to share their contacts with you. Make sure to question the expert and owner about the future service needs of the car, as well as the general maintenance schedule and cost. The Beverly Hills Car Club will also advise you to acquire the classic in the best condition within your price range. Don’t hesitate to call the team for more advice on the best steps for buying a classic Maserati.
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