The 1975 Maserati Bora is a smooth and civilized classic Italian car, powered by an efficient 4.9-liter V8. The Maserati Bora never fails to provide the driver with a special and highly enjoyable driving experience. Before 1975, the model was fitted with a 4.7-liter, 310-hp unit, but emissions getting stricter in the U.S., Maserati substituted the bigger engine to compensate for the power losses. The new unit was standardized for Europe in 1976. The shifter is extremely precise, making double-clutch downshifts into the dogleg first gear very easy. The interior is comfortable and a big front trunk makes the GT quite usable. Giugiaro, who previously designed the gorgeous Ghibli, penned the design. Inside and outside, the Maserati Bora features elegant and refined details, and the sharp, angular body is an icon of the 70s.
The Maserati Bora was a much better vehicle all-around than its main competitors at Ferrari and Lamborghini. Maserati was a more discrete brand however, and production was kept to low numbers. One fun fact about the 1975 Maserati Bora is that its V8 engine was designed without valve seals. As a result, the car produces a cloud of blue smoke when it starts, which means it has enough oil in it. Should you need help finding the best car within your budget, don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club. Not only does their Los Angeles-based dealership carry a wide inventory of classic cars, but the staff is also in contact with many sellers worldwide. Moreover, the experts have an extensive knowledge of the market in terms of value and availabilities. The team would be happy to assist you with your project of buying a classic Maserati.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club today to learn more about the 1975 Maserati Bora or to inquire about a specific model currently in inventory. The team is ready to assist you and looking forward to helping you!
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