The Maserati Khamsin was introduced in 1974 and named after a Saharan desert wind, following a trend from the manufacturer in naming their models after wind names. Penned by Marcello Gandini, the Khamsin featured a long and elegant profile, with sharp lines and angles. Replacing the popular Ghibli, the Khamsin was fitted with elaborate chassis and suspension system, offering great comfort and handling. The 1975 Maserati Khamsin was powered by a gorgeous 4.9-liter V8 with a wonderful noise, matted to a ZF 5-speed manual or an optional 3-speed Borg-Warner automatic transmission. Produced under Citron’s ownership, the GT was fitted with hydraulic equipment, such as the power clutch, power steering, and power brakes.
If you’re interested in acquiring a 1975 Maserati Khamsin for your own collection, The Beverly Hills Car Club team is at your service! At their Los Angeles-based classic car dealership, you’ll find a wide selection of classic automobiles of all makes, models, and conditions. Should the perfect model not be in inventory, the team would assist you in finding it thanks to their many contacts with buyers worldwide. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is renowned for their customer service, offering many services to make your purchase and ownership experience as enjoyable as possible. One tip the experts like to share with their clients and friends is to get the best car within your price range. As service is onerous and sometimes complicated on classic Maseratis, purchasing a better model can save you a lot of money and countless hours in the shop, when you won’t be enjoying the car.
Call the team today to ask for more tips that are useful. Thanks to their valuable advice, you’ll be well equipped to make a smart decision and have a wonderful ownership experience. Find out more today about the 1975 Maserati Khamsins currently in inventory at the Los Angeles dealership.
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