Painted and restored by the famous Junior’s House of Color in California, this 1969 Maserati Ghibli 4.7 is one of just over 1,100 examples produced, and is perhaps the best condition Ghibli available on the market. Purchased by the current family ownership in 1971, the car was shipped from the Italian previous ownership to California where it spent the majority of its life. Beginning in 2002, the car began its 8 year long complete frame off restoration process. No expense was spared in this process, with billing totaling over $400,000. Powering the car are the numbers matching engine and manual gearbox, which have both been gone through during the process. Outside, the car is painted in the correct color code “Oro Metallizzato” (Metallic Gold) and looks incredible. The “Fuse” Campagnolo wheels are correct as well, and currently wear period style Avon radial tires. The interior shows just as nicely with the “White” Connoly leather seats, door cards and rear hatch surrounding areas. The black dash and carpet appear to be in excellent condition as well, and the wooden steering wheel is the perfect touch to complete the beautiful looks inside the car. All gauges, switches and the radio appear to be in top shape, and the car currently shows 50,787km on the odometer. It is estimated that just about 100 miles have been put on the car since the completion of the restoration process, with meticulous care and service completed at Restoration and Performance Motorcars in Vermont. Included with the car are files detailing some of the restoration work as well as upkeep services in the most recent years.
Engine Number: AM115 1310
Gearbox: Manual Type ZF S5.325
Rims: “Fuse” Campagnolo
External Color: “Oro Metallizzato” (Metallic Gold) (Salchi code 106Y54)
Interior: “White” leather (Connoly code PAC.1544)
Odometer Reading at Listing: 50,787km
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