This 1963 Maserati 3500 GTi Superleggera (super light) is finished in silver with grey leather upholstery. At the heart of the Maserati 3500 is a straight six engine with twin sparks, 12 spark plugs. (2 plugs per cylinder). The body of the 3500 GTi is built from super lightweight aluminium helping with the cars performance. The engine block and cylinder heads are aluminium and the combustion chambers are hemispherical “Hemi”. The GTi was introduced in 1960 and by the following year became the first fuel-injected Italian production car. The 3500 GTi has a Lucas mechanical fuel injection and develops 173 kW compared to the older carbs 162 kW. Early Italian marques like Maserati are deemed to be highly collectible by most classic car collectors.