The Maserati Bora is a two-seater GT produced from 1971 to 1978. From 1975, the Maserati Bora boasted a 320 hp V8 with a capacity of 4.9 liters, which was an upgrade from the first 4.7-liter units previously used. This substitution was Maserati’s response to stricter emission regulations on the American market, resulting in a power loss. French manufacturer Citroen took over Maserati in the mid-1960s, and its presence showed in engineering. For example, the 1977 Maserati Bora featured all-wheel disc brakes with Citroen’s unique high-pressure hydraulics. The interior of the Bora was accommodating, thanks to a tilt steering wheel, adjustable pedals, air conditioning, and power windows. Giugiaro, who also designed the popular Maserati Ghibli, designed the body of the Maserati Bora. Outside, the lines are sharp and the long silhouette, very elegant. Inside, the car is roomy and comfortable, with a large front trunk for more usability.
Don’t hesitate to start your 1977 Maserati Bora’s research by calling The Beverly Hills Car Club. Their long-time experience in dealing with classic cars will benefit you in many ways. First of all, the friendly staff shares their tips and advice regularly with customers. One thing to know about the Maserati Bora is that although it’s considered as a reliable model compared to contemporary Italian sports car, servicing can be a big hassle. Not only are parts onerous and difficult to come by, but also finding a trustworthy and competent classic Maserati mechanic can be difficult. It is recommended to thoroughly check the electronics and the engine in particular before committing to an automobile. If you need help finding an expert, don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club today.
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