1967 Maserati Quattroporte SII - ¬£44,995

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This is a 1967 Maserati Quattroporte SII LHD finished in red with beige leather interior and the clock is showing 11,000 miles.


This absolutely wonderful super rare Maserati Quattroporte has just arrived with us this week. The quattroporte has one of the best sounding engines of any car! This is originally an American market vehicle which means it benefits from having lived in a dry state most of its life. The majority of these cars that are for sale are either rusty wrecks requiring restoration or half finished project cars.


This car was delivered new in June 1967 to West Nyack New York USA and was originally Argento Auteuil/brown. The car was believed to have been gold at some point in it's life (circa 2004) and has since been re-painted. The history file contains a Certificate of Title from the State of Oklahoma issued in November 2009.


The leather interior presents very well and has more than likely been restored at some point. The exterior presents nicely overall but could do with some recommisioning to be aesthetically perfect. The car has a highly desirable 5 speed ZF manual gearbox, is UK registered and was MOT'd until 2017 with no advisories. She's been in storage since then so would need some fettling before being used on a daily basis. That said, the car starts first time and drives nicely. This car represents great value and a good useable example of a rare LHD QP.