The Maserati Bora was launched in 1971 and produced until 1978. The first models were powered by a 4.7-liter V8, with an output of 310 hp. In 1975, Maserati substituted the 4.7-liter engine for a revised unit with an enlarged capacity to compensate the power losses that came with the stricter emission regulations of the American market. The new 4.9-liter V8 was mounted longitudinally in front of the five-speed ZF transaxle for a direct link between shifting and engine’s response. For the first time on a production car, all pedals were adjustable for the driver’s comfort. With a roomy front trunk, a telescope steering wheel, power windows, and air conditioning, the 1976 Maserati Bora was an accommodating sports car. The Giugiaro design was quite popular among car enthusiasts and the motoring press, featuring long lines with sharp angles.
If you’re in the market for a 1976 Maserati Bora, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to assist you in your research of the perfect car. Their Los Angeles-based dealership carries a wide inventory of classic cars of all makes, models, and condition. In addition, the experts are constantly looking to bring new classics in and they are in contact with buyers all over the world. The Beverly Hills Car Club clients and friends benefit from the staff’s knowledge and expertise. One piece of advice the team will give you is to hire the help of a classic Maserati expert to carry out a pre-purchase inspection. As parts and service can be quite expensive on a 1976 Maserati Bora, it is crucial to make sure the car you purchase is mechanically sound and that the body and electronics are in good condition.
Contact The Beverly Hills Car Club today to require additional information on any of the 1976 Maserati Boras currently in inventory at the Los Angeles classic car dealership. The team is ready to assist you with your research and ownership experiences.
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