This early Maserati 3500 GT is finished in dark aqua (blue) with grey leather upholstery. This car was restored in Cape Town by a very reputable restorer, more than 10 years ago. This car is the oldest known Maserati in South Africa according to the Maserati club.
The last auction result to feature a 1958 Maserati 3500 GT was in 2008, a Sebring was sold in 2015. Early Italian marques are deemed to be highly collectible by most classic car collectors. The 3500 GT runs a straight six engine with twin sparks, 12 spark plugs. (2 plugs per cylinder)
The body of the 3500 is built from super lightweight aluminium helping with the cars performance. 1958 was the last year of this model to feature carburettors before fuel injection was introduced.