Ends on 14.May, 2021
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  • Complete full frame off nut and bolt restauration in Italy by Autocostruzioni
  • Even the original number plate has been restored
  • Original and very rare two tone colour combination
  • Matching numbers
  • Comes with the original service book and manuals
  • Runs perfectly
  • First mass produced Maserati luxury sport GT
  • All documents were checked by Auctomobile
  • Other features: possibility of assisting with registration, transport, insurance, storage and Trusted Checkout payment
  • Please note that this car will be available for viewing by prior appointment near Prague, Czech Republic

For much of its existence as a manufacturer, Maserati was primarily concerned with motorsports, and this focus paid off with countless wins in Grand Prix and sports car racing both before and after the Second World War. Any road cars that Maserati had sold were very low volume, very expensive automobiles that made heavy use of parts from the company’s existing racing machines. This attitude changed in the second half of the 1950s, however, as Maserati (at this time under the ownership of Adolfo Orsi) was stretched too thin financially. Fangio had won his last World Championship driving for Maserati in 1957 and Maserati had barely lost out to Ferrari in the World Sportscar Championship in the same year, but in 1958 the company announced that it would cease its factory racing program. To stay in business, Maserati needed a different approach. Racing car construction and service was still carried out for privateers, but Maserati carried out series production of a road car for the first time with the 3500GT.
Seen for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show in 1957, the car was developed by chief engineer Giulio Alfieri as a fast, comfortable gran turismo that offered exhilarating performance but also day to day usability. The straight-six engine, the company’s first unit designed solely for road use, displaced 3.485 ccm and featured an aluminum block, dual overhead cams, twin-plug ignition and three twin-choke Weber carburetors. The ZF-supplied gearbox was an all-synchro four-speed, but from 1960 this was a five-speed, and a three-speed automatic became an option. Later cars would get Lucas fuel injection and were called 3500GTi. Carbureted cars developed 230 PS, enough for a top speed of over 200 km/h.
The 3500GT was initially available as a 2+2 with elegant bodywork by Touring, built in their signature superleggera technique of hand forming aluminum panels over a steel tubular frame. In 1961, fuel injection was introduced, making it the first injected Italian production car. Disc brakes also became standard on the rear. Previously, they were only found on the front. From 1959, a limited-slip differential was another desirable option. Just over 2.200 examples were built between 1957 and 1964, and only around 245 were convertibles. For a company like Maserati, this was a monumental number and the car was deemed a big success. The blend of performance and comfort attracted wealthy buyers, and the list of celebrity 3500GT owners includes Tony Curtis, Rock Hudson and none other than Prince Rainier III of Monaco.
The 3500GT is highly praised for its attention to detail, impressive level of comfort and intoxicating high-speed cruising ability. It has all the right ingredients of a thoroughbred Italian grand turismo, but it is made even more desirable thanks to its significance. With the 3500GT, Maserati embarked on the path of building fast but comfortable production cars that the company is still on to this day. It also allowed one of the all-time great marques to stay in business.

This completely nut and bolt restored example has done only about 1.500 kilometres since its restoration.




Production date1961
Body TypeCoupe
Engine3.485 ccm, 230 PS, I6
SteeringLeft Hand Drive
LayoutRear Wheel Drive
Color - exteriorSilver / Dark Red
Color - interiorLight Brown
Miles/Kilometers shown1.500 kms since restoration
Chassis / VIN101.890
Location - CountryCzech Rep.
Location - CityPrague


2-door coupe body type; RWD (rear- wheel drive), manual 4-speed gearbox; gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 3485 cm3, advertised power: 169 kW / 227 hp / 230 PS (CUNA SAE), torque: 314 Nm; characteristic dimensions: outside length: 4700 mm, width: 1700 mm, wheelbase: 2600 mm; reference weights: base curb weight: 1420 kg; top speed: 220 km/h (137 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations: 0-60 mph 7.2 s; 0- 100 km/h 7.5 s

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