1963 Maserati Sebring Series I Restored by FactoryFound a rare classic sports car from Italy, this one of 593 ever made between 1962 and 1969, known as the Maserati Sebring designed by Giovanni Michelotti comes from 1963 model is the first generation of the Sebring they call Series I. The Sebring was imbued with some very impressive performance abilities, these named in honor of Maserati’s popular racing victory at the 12-hour race at Sebring International Raceway, Florida in 1957 and aimed at the American Gran Turismo market.
The Sebring was listed for auction a few days ago. All look awesome in photos without words about any issues. It could be a very nice collector item.
Detail about these Coupe
1963 Maserati Sebring Series I, power by 3694cc inline DOHC 6-cylinder engine rated at 245 hp, transfers to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox, it sat on independent coil over spring front suspension with an anti-roll bar and had a rigid axle at the rear with semi-elliptic leaf-springs and another anti-roll bar. Performance was brisk and the Sebring got top speed of 137 mph, handling was exemplary and many of the Ferraris of the era literally couldn’t keep up it.
This particular Sebring was restored by the Maserati factory in the 1980s to original condition, and will to be auctioned by Worldwide Auctioneers at the 2014 Houston Classic Auction and if you interested please prepare $275,000 up cash on hand and please visit the listing below