The Maserati Bora was introduced in 1971 and produced until 1978. This 2-seater GT was a civilized sports car, with a powerful and efficient motor. In 1975, Maserati introduced an enlarged engine to compensate for the power loss resulting from stricter emission regulations on the American market. The 4.9-liter V8 replaced the 4.7-liter unit and power went from 310 to 320 hp and the 4.9-liter was standardized for Europe in 1976. The mid-1960s take over from French manufacturer Citroen showed in the Bora’s engineering, such as the use of high-pressure hydraulics for the all-wheel disc brake system. Inside, the cabin was comfortable and all pedals were adjustable for reach. The Bora also featured a tilt steering wheel, power windows, and air conditioning to accommodate driver and passenger. The Giugiaro design only adds to the charisma of the model, featuring an elegant silhouette with sharp lines.
Don’t hesitate to start your search for a 1978 Maserati Bora with The Beverly Hills Car Club team. The friendly staff will assist you with all the aspects of your classic Maserati adventure, from finding the right model, to all the steps involved in the ownership. One tip about the 1978 Maserati Bora is to be extra vigilant with the clutch and electronics. A Maserati expert can be useful when doing the pre-purchase inspection. Ask the expert if the value of the car is fair according to the car’s history, paperwork, and condition, and ask what to expect in terms of maintenance. Knowing what your budget will be moving forward can be useful and will avoid surprises.
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