Produced from 1962 to 1969, the Maserati Sebring was a 2+2 coupe based on the iconic Maserati 3500 that was manufactured until 1964. The model was built for the American market and was named after the 12 Hours of Sebring race victory by Maserati in 1957. Two series of Maserati Sebring were made. The first generation was very similar to the 3500 except for the coachwork. The 3.5-liter engine would enable the car to reach a top speed of 137 mph and achieve 0 to 60 mph in 8.5 seconds. The 3.7-liter unit appeared in 1964 but very few series I were equipped with the upgraded unit. The second series was launched in 1965 with redesigned headlamps, new side grilles, and modernized bumpers. The 3.7-liter and 4-liter engines were soon fitted on the second generation of Maserati Sebring, boosting the power significantly.
If you’re considering purchasing a Maserati Sebring, here are a few numbers: 348 units of the Maserati Sebring series I were produced between 1962 and 1965, and 245 units of the Maserati Sebring series II were manufactured from 1964 to 1968. A two-seat convertible was also built by Vignale, but did not enter production. The Beverly Hills Car Club has years of experience in the classic car market and would love to help you find the perfect one to add to your collection. If you are still in the research process and wondering what the best model is for you, the team can guide you through that process to find out what options and features really matter to you. If you have already found a model you like, be sure to hire an expert to carry out a pre-purchase inspection no matter what its condition.
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