1967 Maserati Ghibli 4.7

with the original colour combination and Borrani forged wheels.

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View of the characteristic toggle switches, as found on all early Ghiblis.

This wonderfully conserved survivor is an opportunity for any true collector or enthusiast.

The original delivery took place in July 1967 at the car dealer Rolma Automobili s.r.l. in Milano. This Maserati Ghibli with European specification is one of the most original low mileage examples in existence. Only 23,900 miles from new, this fascinating find has been under the same family's ownership for a long period and has never been completely restored. This matching numbers car comes with its tool kit and wears a scarce and desirable colour combination silver with red leather interior. This is an honest and beautifully genuine low mileage Ghibli with matching numbers. The pictures of this unrestored car show a wonderful patina.

- 23.000 original miles

- Factory tool kit is still with the car

- Single-family ownership

- Beautifully preserved original car

- Matching numbers

- Borrani forged wheels (as it was delivered)

- Maserati Classiche documentation available

The bodywork is untouched and needs attention in certain areas. The original carburettors are with the car. They have been removed as part of a treatment to conserve the car safely in storage. The leather interior received treatment to enhance preservation. As part of the same treatment, the windscreen wipers have been removed but remain with the car.

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  • Chassis number: AM115 *042*
  • Build year: 1967
  • Body: Coupé
  • Transmission: Manual type ZF S 5/325
  • Matching number: Yes
  • Matching colours: Yes
  • Price: upon request
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Stunning colours on this Ghibli with "Pelle Rossa" interior.
Maserati Classiche AM115 042 B
Maserati Classiche AM115 042 B
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Original Borrani forged wheels.
Maserati Classiche AM115 042 C
Maserati Classiche AM115 042 C

Previous owner and member of the family who owned the car for nearly fifty years, Mr J. Frampton:

" The car has been in my family for many years. My grandfather Frederick Tecce has owned the car going back until 1972, I believe. I don’t believe that he purchased the car new. When he passed away in 1999, my uncle, Fred Tecce, inherited the car. I purchased the car in 2004 from my uncle. I believe the title was still in my grandfather's name at that time. Since the serial number is 115 042, I believe it is an early model. 1966 or 1967. The bumpers were re-chromed. And the transmission was rebuilt. The radiator and cooling fans were redone. I will always love that car. Since I was a child, it has been in my family. "

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