Maserati Quattroporte I, Series 2

1967 Maserati Quattroporte I serie 2 er ikke kun en bil; den repræsenterer en æra af bilkunst og ingeniørkunst. Denne unikke kombination af stil, ydeevne og luksus gør den til et eftertragtet samlerobjekt og et ikon inden for bilverdenen.

This dark blue 1967 Maserati Quattroporte I, Series 2 is a masterpiece of the luxury car industry, combining elegant design and impressive performance. In fact, this car was the world’s fastest 4-door car – at the time. The car was reimported to Europe from the USA in 1986.

This car is equipped with a powerful 4.2-liter engine that delivers an impressive 240 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful and prestigious cars of its time.

 

Designed by Pietro Frua

The Quattroporte I Series 2 exudes timeless elegance and sophistication. In particular, the iconic Maserati-tro grille that adorns the front gives the car a distinctive and recognizable look. The streamlined lines and details such as the dual headlights contribute to the car’s unique aesthetic that continues to attract admiration and long stares.

The interior of this luxury sedan is as impressive as its exterior. The cabin is rich in craftsmanship and luxurious materials that create a sense of superior comfort and style. The soft leather seats and wood paneling add a touch of classic elegance, while the dashboard is simple and functional. The car is this beautiful dark blue color, which is the original color code, but the car was repainted in 1996.

The engine, an impressive 4.2-liter V8, is the heart of the Quattroporte I Series 2. With 240 horsepower under the hood, the car is capable of delivering impressive performance and a dynamic driving experience. Combined with advanced technology and suspension components, this Maserati offers a perfect balance between comfort and sporty performance.

The 1967 Maserati Quattroporte I Series 2 is not just a car; it represents an era of automotive art and engineering. This unique combination of style, performance and luxury makes it a coveted collector’s item and an icon in the automotive world. A timeless classic that continues to thrill car enthusiasts and collectors around the world.

The car can be seen at Sommers Museum in Nærum on Wednesday evening and Sunday afternoon, remember to say that you have seen the car at auction here on CarBeat.

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CarBeats valuation is : 545.000,00 kr. to 610.000,00 kr.

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