The Maserati Merak was introduced in 1972 and was based on the Maserati Bora. Both cars were very similar, the main difference being the engine. A V8 unit powered the Bora, while the Merak boasted a smaller V6. The DOHC, 3-liter was equipped with Weber carburetors and linked to a five-speed all-synchromesh transaxle gearbox. The space gained by fitting a more compact powertrain was used to carve out a second row of seats. The Maserati Merak was a more convenient 2+2 GT, and also less expensive than the Bora. Designed during Citroen’s ownership, the Maserati Merak featured some of the French manufacturer’s equipment, such as the hydraulically assisted and operated brakes and clutch. The 1975 Merak were the last to be fitted with the brushed metal Citroen SM’s dashboard, distinguishable with its oval instrument gauges and single spoke steering wheel.
If you’re looking for a 1975 Maserati Merak, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great place to start your research. Based in Los Angeles, their classic car dealership carries a large inventory of classics of all makes, models, and condition. Come visit them anytime to have a look at the beautiful 1975 Maserati Meraks for sale. Whether you’re after a bargain and willing to do some work on the car, or want a perfect condition classic to take out on Sunday, the team shares your passion and would love to speak with you. They’ll share tips and advice on the best practice for buying a classic car. For one, a pre-purchase inspection by a classic Maserati expert is highly recommended. Knowing exactly what to expect when entering ownership will save you a lot of hassle.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is looking forward to speaking with you soon. The team is at your disposal for more information on the model, if you have any questions about a particular 1975 Maserati Merak in inventory or if you simply want to share classic car experiences with other enthusiasts!
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