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MASERATI 4.0 Spider

The Maserati Mistral  is a 2-seat grand tourer produced by Italian car manufacturer Maserati between 1963 and 1970, in both coupé and Spyder roadster form; it was the successor to the iconic 3500 GT. Named after a cold northerly wind of southern France, it was also the first in a series of classic Maseratis to be given the name of a wind.

The Mistral is the last model from the "Casa del Tridente" or “House of the Trident” to have the famous straight six cylinder, twin-spark, double overhead cam engine, as fitted to the Maserati 250F Grand Prix cars that won 8 Grand Prix between 1954 and 1960 and one F1 World Championship in 1957 driven by Juan Manuel Fangio. The body which had been designed by Pietro Frua was first shown in a preview at the Salone Internazionale dell'Automobile di Torino in November 1963. The Maserati Mistral is generally considered as one of the most beautiful Maseratis of all time.

Daten & Fakten
1963 – 1970
Cabriolet, Kombicoupé
Ottomotoren 3,5 -4,0 Liter
Maserati 3500 GT
76 Spyder 3.7 / 37 Spyder 4.0 / 828 Coupé
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