The Maserati Merak was introduced in 1972, one year after the Maserati Bora on which the Merak was based. Giugiaro at Italdesign was responsible for transforming his Bora design into the Merak. One of the distinguishable features of the Merak was the addition of open flying buttresses that extended the roofline to the tail, giving the car a beautiful silhouette. Alejandro de Tomaso purchased Maserati in 1977 and discontinued the Bora after a production of less than 600 units, while the Merak remained in production for six additional years. Equipped with a 3-liter V6, the Merak had an output of 190 hp and a top speed of 150 mph. From 1976, a more powerful SS variant was offered with boosted performance and a distinguishable black grille.
Currently in the market for a 1977 Maserati Merak? The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great place to start your adventure. Their team enjoys an excellent reputation for top customer service and their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a wide inventory of classic car of all makes, models, and conditions. Not only will the friendly staff share tips and advice with their friends and clients on how to make a smart purchase, but also, they’ll guide you throughout the whole ownership experience. One tip about the 1977 Maserati Merak is to make sure you have the electronics thoroughly checked when you carry out a pre-purchase inspection, as they can be a hassle to replace. If you don’t have a classic Maserati expert in your contacts, The Beverly Hills Car Club can connect you with a trustworthy expert in your region to help you inspect models you’re looking at and later take care of your future 1977 Maserati Merak.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club today for more tips and advice on the 1977 Maserati Merak. The team is looking forward to speaking with you and hearing all about your classic Maserati adventures. Connect with them today to get started!
Learn More About Maserati Merak: