1973 was the last year of production for the Maserati Ghibli I and only SS variants were offered then. The SS were fully loaded and featured an enlarged engine with a capacity of 4.9 literscompared to the 4.7-liter capacity of the first cars. With air conditioning, leather seats, a heated rear window and tinted power windows, the 1973 Maserati Ghibli I was a luxurious vehicle. Revisions had been made to the headlights, headrests and dashboard in 1970, and the Maserati Ghibli I was as refined and elegant as it could possibly be. The Giugiaro-designed body is still regarded as one of the most refined designs nowadays. A spyder version was available as a strict two seater, with an optional hardtop.
Should you be interested in acquiring a 1973 Maserati Ghibli I, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great place to start your research. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership features a large inventory of classic cars of all makes and models. With years of experience in the industry, the experts have many connections and can help you find the car of your dreams today. The friendly staff will also give you tips and advice on how to find the best model within your budget. The 1973 Maserati Ghibli I is a great classic to own, thanks to relatively simple mechanics. One thing the team will warn you about is to make sure you check for rust on the body panels and doors, as well as around the drop top for the convertible models.
Contact The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to inquire about the 1973 Maserati Ghibli I currently in inventory. If you’re not finding what you’re looking for online, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team as the inventory is constantly being updated, and some models may not be listed yet. The team is looking forward to talking with you about your future classic Maserati.
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