The Maserati Indy was produced between 1970 and 1975 as a spacious four-seater and a smaller alternative to the Quattroporte. In 1972, three variants were available: a 4.2-liter, a 4.7-liter and a 4.9-liter, and special versions called Indy America were made for the U.S. market. The 4.9-liter models were fitted with wider wheels, an improved air-conditioning unit, and a new gearbox. The design of the 1972 Maserati Indy was signed by Vignale and featured elegant lines as well as a smartly arranged interior. Many upgrades were made to the inside and outside design throughout the years and the later models also benefited from the improved mechanical and electronic features. Don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club to speak with a classic Maserati expert and figure out what the best model is for you.
A total of 1,104 units of the Maserati Indy were made during the five-year production run. The 1972 Maserati Indy was offered with different engines and a wide range of options. If you’re currently looking at a particular car, here are a few tips The Beverly Hills Car Club team will share with you. First, be sure to inspect the leather of the seats for cracks on the side, as this can affect the value of the classic significantly. Secondly, remember to ask the owner for all accessories that came with the car, such as the original tool kit housed under the boot floor. Finally, a classic that features original parts such as the original radio, is often more desirable and will better retain its value down the road.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to The Beverly Hills Car Club as soon as convenient. The team is looking forward to hearing about your classic Maserati adventure and welcomes the opportunity to assist you in your quest of the perfect 1972 Maserati Indy. Call them today and experience top quality service!
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