The Maserati Khamsin was introduced at the 1972 Turin Motor Show and produced until 1982. Named after Saharan desert wind, the Khamsin replaced the Ghibli as Maserati’s new flagship GT car. Designed by Marcello Gandini, the model was based on the Lamborghini Uracco, featuring a fastback 2+2 shape and characteristic transparent rear bodywork. The 1974 Maserati Khamsin was equipped with a power clutch, power brakes, and power steering, with an optional automatic 3-speed transmission, making it a quite comfortable and usable GT. Powered by a 4.9-liter V8, the car could reach a top speed of approximately 170 mph and achieve a 0-to-60-mph acceleration in roughly 6 seconds.
If you’re in the market for a 1974 Maserati Khamsin, you’ve probably research the model’s specifications. As you may know, classics of the era often had several owners and underwent restoration or modification work. Moreover, depending when a model was imported to the U.S. market, its performance and design cues might slightly differ. Don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team anytime if you have questions about the model or any particular option. If you already found a car you like, the team will recommend that you hire a trustworthy classic Maserati specialist to help you look at the car and make sure you’re aware of the car’s condition and future service needs. The Beverly Hills Car Club is regularly sharing tips and advice on how to buy the best classic car within your budget. Give them a call today to chat about a 1974 Maserati Khamsin.
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