The Maserati Mexico is a four-seater GT coupe that was produced from 1966 to 1972. The design of the model was based on a 2+2 prototype from Vignale that was presented at the Turin show in 1965. The prototype was a huge success and after the show, the car was sold to Adolfo Lopez Mateos, who was the current Mexican president. The model would soon enter production and was named Mexico. The car was built on the chassis of the first generation Quattroporte, with a shorter wheelbase. The 4.7-liter unit with Weber carburetors, which produced an output of 290 hp and a top speed of up to 155 mph, powered the first models. In 1969, Maserati started offering the Mexico with a smaller 4.2-liter V8 engine. The cabin was spacious and luxurious, with a wooden dashboard, power windows, standard air conditioning, and comfortable leather seats.
The Maserati Mexico was one of Maserati’s biggest successes thanks to a gorgeous bodywork and well-tuned mechanics. If you are in the market for a Maserati Mexico, please do not hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club to help you find your perfect car or to ask any question about a particular model. Whether you are looking for a model with specific options such as an automatic transmission, power steering or the original radio, or simply gathering information on the model, the team would be happy to assist you. If you have already spotted a vehicle you like and are still hesitating to make a purchase, The Beverly Hills Car Club suggests you give their team a call. With many years of experience in the classic car market, the friendly staff will help you recognize a good opportunity and guide you through the steps of making a good purchase at the correct value.
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