1961 Maserati 3500 GT


Legendary Motorcar Company is well known in the U.S. as a purveyor of fine collectible automobiles. This week they’ve listed a 1961 Maserati 3500 GT, a car so popular that it is credited with saving the Maserati franchise. They began building the 3500 GT in 1957. By 1961 it came with modern features such as 4-wheel disc brakes and 5-speed transmission. This one came with triple Weber carburetors topping a 3.5L six cylinder engine with two plugs per cylinder (see photos.) This Italian grand touring car is an exciting find for any true European sports car aficionado. It is a left-hand-drive model. The chrome wire wheels are the perfect accent to the large grilled filled by the Maserati trident and bright work seen throughout the car.

This car has been SOLD.

You’ll find many more cars in the discrete selection from Legendary Motorcar Company in this week’s Cars On Line Newsletter.

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