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The Maserati Khamsin was introduced in 1972 at the Turin Motor Show and entered production in 1974. Succeeding to the Ghibli, the Khamsin’s design is a more modern yet still gorgeous and elegant design. Penned by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, the bodywork featured a long and svelte silhouette with both elegant and edgy lines. A front-mounted, 4.9-liter, V8 engine, the same unit fitted on the Maserati Ghibli SS, powered the Khamsin. With a power output of 320 hp, the weight of the GT was easily propelled, giving the driver an impression of lightness. Handling was perfected thanks to a cutting edge suspension system featuring a double set of shock absorbers on each rear wheel. In 1977, Maserati redesigned the dashboard, the front-end adding three vents and the V8’s cooling system, which boosted sales in the USA until 1979.
Looking to purchase a classic Maserati?
The Beverly Hills Car Club’s Los Angeles-based dealership is the home for a wide inventory of classic car of all makes, models, and conditions. In addition, the team is renowned for their high quality of service; from the tips they share with clients to assist them with their research and purchase, to the follow up and constant availability during the ownership. Thanks to their many years of experience in the classic car industry, the experts have an extensive knowledge of the current market situation and can help you evaluate a model. One tip The Beverly Hills Car Club will give you, is to find the best 1977 Maserati Khamsin within your budget, in order to limit the amount of service and restoration work neededparts and service are quite expensive on classic Maseratis and a good mechanic can be difficult to find.
Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club team today and find out about the current 1977 Maserati Khamsins for sale at the Los Angeles dealership. The friendly staff is looking forward to meeting you and helping you find your perfect model. Call them now to get started!
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