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1961 Maserati 3500 GT Vignale Spyder

VIN #: 101.1269

Mileage: 40,576 km/25,212mi

Transmission: 5-speed Manual

Interior: Red Leather

Exterior: Silver

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   The 3500GT debuted in 1957 as Maserati’s flagship Grand Tourer in direct competition of the Italian native, the Ferrari 250 California. The 3.5L twin-cam, twin-plug inline-six was adopted from the 350S race car and produced 220-250 horsepower. The 3500GT Coupe and Spyder examples are mechanically almost identical, with a few key modifications to compensate for the lack of the roof.


   The 3500GT coupe examples quickly became renowned for their ‘Superleggera’ or superlight aluminum body. While Vignale Spyders features a steel body and doors for added rigidity, the hood and trunk lids were made of aluminum to save weight where possible. The Spyder also featured a 4-inch shorter wheelbase than the coupe to improve handling.

   The Spyder examples were not introduced until 1959; Alfredo Vignale produced 242 examples in total. This brilliant silver example is equipped with Borrani wire wheels, front disc brakes, rear aluminum drums, a 5-Speed ZF Gearbox, and three Weber carburetors. The vibrant red leather interior features factory power windows, original Jaeger instruments, and a period-correct Blaupunkt stereo.


   All reasonable offers and trades are always considered. For any additional information, feel free to visit our showroom at 2475 Fairfield Ave, Black Rock, CT 06605, or give us a call at +(203) 335-9555.


Specifications:
● Weber Carburetors
● Rare Borrani Wire Wheels
● 5-Speed ZF Gearbox
● Power Windows
● Blaupunkt Radio
● Production Date: 4/21/1961

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