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  • FOR SALE – 1981 Maserati Kyalami 4.9 Litre

Highlights: - A rare factory right hand drive example
- The car is in the desirable specification with the 4.9 litre V8 engine and automatic gearbox
- 1 of only 11 factory right hand drive cars built in the above specification
- Finished in its original and desirable colour of ‘celeste chiaro’ (light blue)
- Fully matching numbers
- Big $ recently spent recommissioning the car

The car is fully sorted and ready for its next owner to enjoy. It has just passed a Queensland roadworthy inspection.

Listed price AUD $115,000.

For more information and a full suite of photos please see our website - Link in Bio!

#maserati #kyalami #maseratikyalami #classiccars #classiccarsforsale #maseratiforsale #classic #oldtimeraustralia #kyalamiforsale #classicmaserati
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    FOR SALE – 1981 Maserati Kyalami 4.9 Litre

    Highlights: - A rare factory right hand drive example
    - The car is in the desirable specification with the 4.9 litre V8 engine and automatic gearbox
    - 1 of only 11 factory right hand drive cars built in the above specification
    - Finished in its original and desirable colour of ‘celeste chiaro’ (light blue)
    - Fully matching numbers
    - Big $ recently spent recommissioning the car

    The car is fully sorted and ready for its next owner to enjoy. It has just passed a Queensland roadworthy inspection.

    Listed price AUD $115,000.

    For more information and a full suite of photos please see our website - Link in Bio!

    #maserati #kyalami #maseratikyalami #classiccars #classiccarsforsale #maseratiforsale #classic #oldtimeraustralia #kyalamiforsale #classicmaserati

  •  46  1  23 August, 2019
  • BIDDING IS NOW LIVE on this 1973 Maserati Indy 4900⁠ on @HemmingsAuctions. Link in bio to bid!⁠
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This Maserati is a legitimate Italian rarity. The company built 1,104 Indys between 1969 and 1975, but just 201 Indy 4900s were manufactured during the final stages of Indy production, each with a version of the 4.9-liter, all-aluminum, quad-cam V-8 that first appeared in the Ghibli SS sports car, plus 15 inch wheels, Citroen brakes and the late style ZF gearbox. Maserati built the four-passenger (more than just a 2+2), Vignale-bodied two-door Indy as a larger touring car alternative to the two-seat Ghibli, and with an emphasis on accommodating adults in the rear row. ⁠
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The Indy originally debuted with a 4.2-liter V-8 in 1969, but near the end of Ghibli SS production in 1973, Maserati began installing a 320-hp version of the SS’s 4.9-liter, multi-cam V-8 in the Indy 4900. The seller reports the engine to be numbers matching to the chassis and believes the rebuild to have been completed 15,000 miles ago. The seller also reports that the ZF five-speed manual gearbox—an improved version of which arrived with the 4.9-liter V-8—changes gears smoothly and presents no problems. No significant leaks are reported from the driveline.⁠
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The Maserati Indy is today a very seldom-seen car, as only 1,104 examples were built in total before production ended in 1975. This 1973 European-specification Indy 4900, considered the best combination with the most powerful engine, improved five-speed gearbox, air conditioning, and power steering, is presented as a well-sorted driver that was in the collection of an owner who accumulated more than $20,000 worth of maintenance and parts receipts in recent years, covering such areas as the brakes, the carburetors, and the shocks. ⁠
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    @hemmings

    BIDDING IS NOW LIVE on this 1973 Maserati Indy 4900⁠ on @HemmingsAuctions. Link in bio to bid!⁠


    This Maserati is a legitimate Italian rarity. The company built 1,104 Indys between 1969 and 1975, but just 201 Indy 4900s were manufactured during the final stages of Indy production, each with a version of the 4.9-liter, all-aluminum, quad-cam V-8 that first appeared in the Ghibli SS sports car, plus 15 inch wheels, Citroen brakes and the late style ZF gearbox. Maserati built the four-passenger (more than just a 2+2), Vignale-bodied two-door Indy as a larger touring car alternative to the two-seat Ghibli, and with an emphasis on accommodating adults in the rear row. ⁠

    The Indy originally debuted with a 4.2-liter V-8 in 1969, but near the end of Ghibli SS production in 1973, Maserati began installing a 320-hp version of the SS’s 4.9-liter, multi-cam V-8 in the Indy 4900. The seller reports the engine to be numbers matching to the chassis and believes the rebuild to have been completed 15,000 miles ago. The seller also reports that the ZF five-speed manual gearbox—an improved version of which arrived with the 4.9-liter V-8—changes gears smoothly and presents no problems. No significant leaks are reported from the driveline.⁠

    The Maserati Indy is today a very seldom-seen car, as only 1,104 examples were built in total before production ended in 1975. This 1973 European-specification Indy 4900, considered the best combination with the most powerful engine, improved five-speed gearbox, air conditioning, and power steering, is presented as a well-sorted driver that was in the collection of an owner who accumulated more than $20,000 worth of maintenance and parts receipts in recent years, covering such areas as the brakes, the carburetors, and the shocks. ⁠


    #automotivestyling #drivetastefully#classiccars #classiccarlover #driveclassics #classiccaroftheday #classiccarspotting #carvintage #vintagecar #vintagecars #classiccarsculture #drivevintage#drivetastefully #classiccar #automotiveculture #inaworldofcars #classicmaserati #maserati #classicsupercar #cars #car #classiccarsculture #maseratiindy #classicitaliancars #HemmingsAuctions

  •  509  0  21 August, 2019
  • Not American muscle, but we'll make an exception because this Maserati is a legitimate Italian rarity. The company built 1,104 Indys between 1969 and 1975, but just 201 Indy 4900s were manufactured during the final stages of Indy production, each with a version of the 4.9-liter, all-aluminum, quad-cam V-8 that first appeared in the Ghibli SS sports car, plus 15 inch wheels, Citroen brakes and the late style ZF gearbox. Maserati built the four-passenger (more than just a 2+2), Vignale-bodied two-door Indy as a larger touring car alternative to the two-seat Ghibli, and with an emphasis on accommodating adults in the rear row. ⁠
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The Indy originally debuted with a 4.2-liter V-8 in 1969, but near the end of Ghibli SS production in 1973, Maserati began installing a 320-hp version of the SS’s 4.9-liter, multi-cam V-8 in the Indy 4900. The seller reports the engine to be numbers matching to the chassis and believes the rebuild to have been completed 15,000 miles ago. The seller also reports that the ZF five-speed manual gearbox—an improved version of which arrived with the 4.9-liter V-8—changes gears smoothly and presents no problems. No significant leaks are reported from the driveline.⁠
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The Maserati Indy is today a very seldom-seen car, as only 1,104 examples were built in total before production ended in 1975. This 1973 European-specification Indy 4900, considered the best combination with the most powerful engine, improved five-speed gearbox, air conditioning, and power steering, is presented as a well-sorted driver that was in the collection of an owner who accumulated more than $20,000 worth of maintenance and parts receipts in recent years, covering such areas as the brakes, the carburetors, and the shocks. ⁠
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What do you think? ⁠
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1973 Maserati Indy 4900⁠
It's going up for auction this week - link in bio for the full listing. ⁠
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#automotivestyling #drivetastefully ⁣#classiccars #classiccarlover #driveclassics #classiccaroftheday #classiccarspotting #carvintage #vintagecar #vintagecars #classiccarsculture #drivevintage ⁠#drivetastefully #classiccars #automotiveculture #inaworldofcars #classicmaserati #maserati #maseratiindy #HemmingsAuctions⁠
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    @hemmingsmusclemachines

    Not American muscle, but we'll make an exception because this Maserati is a legitimate Italian rarity. The company built 1,104 Indys between 1969 and 1975, but just 201 Indy 4900s were manufactured during the final stages of Indy production, each with a version of the 4.9-liter, all-aluminum, quad-cam V-8 that first appeared in the Ghibli SS sports car, plus 15 inch wheels, Citroen brakes and the late style ZF gearbox. Maserati built the four-passenger (more than just a 2+2), Vignale-bodied two-door Indy as a larger touring car alternative to the two-seat Ghibli, and with an emphasis on accommodating adults in the rear row. ⁠

    The Indy originally debuted with a 4.2-liter V-8 in 1969, but near the end of Ghibli SS production in 1973, Maserati began installing a 320-hp version of the SS’s 4.9-liter, multi-cam V-8 in the Indy 4900. The seller reports the engine to be numbers matching to the chassis and believes the rebuild to have been completed 15,000 miles ago. The seller also reports that the ZF five-speed manual gearbox—an improved version of which arrived with the 4.9-liter V-8—changes gears smoothly and presents no problems. No significant leaks are reported from the driveline.⁠

    The Maserati Indy is today a very seldom-seen car, as only 1,104 examples were built in total before production ended in 1975. This 1973 European-specification Indy 4900, considered the best combination with the most powerful engine, improved five-speed gearbox, air conditioning, and power steering, is presented as a well-sorted driver that was in the collection of an owner who accumulated more than $20,000 worth of maintenance and parts receipts in recent years, covering such areas as the brakes, the carburetors, and the shocks. ⁠

    What do you think? ⁠

    1973 Maserati Indy 4900⁠
    It's going up for auction this week - link in bio for the full listing. ⁠

    #automotivestyling #drivetastefully#classiccars #classiccarlover #driveclassics #classiccaroftheday #classiccarspotting #carvintage #vintagecar #vintagecars #classiccarsculture #drivevintage#drivetastefully #classiccars #automotiveculture #inaworldofcars #classicmaserati #maserati #maseratiindy #HemmingsAuctions

  •  1,433  7  18 August, 2019
  • BIDDING IS NOW OPEN online for this 1973 Maserati Indy 4900 . Click Learn More to bid! .

This Maserati is a legitimate Italian rarity. The company built 1,104 Indys between 1969 and 1975, but just 201 Indy 4900s were manufactured during the final stages of Indy production, each with a version of the 4.9-liter, all-aluminum, quad-cam V-8 that first appeared in the Ghibli SS sports car, plus 15 inch wheels, Citroen brakes and the late style ZF gearbox. Maserati built the four-passenger (more than just a 2+2), Vignale-bodied two-door Indy as a larger touring car alternative to the two-seat Ghibli, and with an emphasis on accommodating adults in the rear row. ⁠
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The Indy originally debuted with a 4.2-liter V-8 in 1969, but near the end of Ghibli SS production in 1973, Maserati began installing a 320-hp version of the SS’s 4.9-liter, multi-cam V-8 in the Indy 4900. The seller reports the engine to be numbers matching to the chassis and believes the rebuild to have been completed 15,000 miles ago. The seller also reports that the ZF five-speed manual gearbox—an improved version of which arrived with the 4.9-liter V-8—changes gears smoothly and presents no problems. No significant leaks are reported from the driveline.⁠
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The Maserati Indy is today a very seldom-seen car, as only 1,104 examples were built in total before production ended in 1975. This 1973 European-specification Indy 4900, considered the best combination with the most powerful engine, improved five-speed gearbox, air conditioning, and power steering, is presented as a well-sorted driver that was in the collection of an owner who accumulated more than $20,000 worth of maintenance and parts receipts in recent years, covering such areas as the brakes, the carburetors, and the shocks. ⁠
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What do you think? ⁠
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#automotivestyling #drivetastefully ⁣#classiccars #classiccarlover #driveclassics #classiccaroftheday #classiccarspotting #carvintage #vintagecar #vintagecars #classiccarsculture #drivevintage ⁠#drivetastefully #classiccars #automotiveculture #inaworldofcars #classicmaserati #maserati #maseratiindy #HemmingsAuctions⁠
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    @hemmingsauctions

    BIDDING IS NOW OPEN online for this 1973 Maserati Indy 4900 . Click Learn More to bid! .

    This Maserati is a legitimate Italian rarity. The company built 1,104 Indys between 1969 and 1975, but just 201 Indy 4900s were manufactured during the final stages of Indy production, each with a version of the 4.9-liter, all-aluminum, quad-cam V-8 that first appeared in the Ghibli SS sports car, plus 15 inch wheels, Citroen brakes and the late style ZF gearbox. Maserati built the four-passenger (more than just a 2+2), Vignale-bodied two-door Indy as a larger touring car alternative to the two-seat Ghibli, and with an emphasis on accommodating adults in the rear row. ⁠

    The Indy originally debuted with a 4.2-liter V-8 in 1969, but near the end of Ghibli SS production in 1973, Maserati began installing a 320-hp version of the SS’s 4.9-liter, multi-cam V-8 in the Indy 4900. The seller reports the engine to be numbers matching to the chassis and believes the rebuild to have been completed 15,000 miles ago. The seller also reports that the ZF five-speed manual gearbox—an improved version of which arrived with the 4.9-liter V-8—changes gears smoothly and presents no problems. No significant leaks are reported from the driveline.⁠

    The Maserati Indy is today a very seldom-seen car, as only 1,104 examples were built in total before production ended in 1975. This 1973 European-specification Indy 4900, considered the best combination with the most powerful engine, improved five-speed gearbox, air conditioning, and power steering, is presented as a well-sorted driver that was in the collection of an owner who accumulated more than $20,000 worth of maintenance and parts receipts in recent years, covering such areas as the brakes, the carburetors, and the shocks. ⁠

    What do you think? ⁠
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    #automotivestyling #drivetastefully#classiccars #classiccarlover #driveclassics #classiccaroftheday #classiccarspotting #carvintage #vintagecar #vintagecars #classiccarsculture #drivevintage#drivetastefully #classiccars #automotiveculture #inaworldofcars #classicmaserati #maserati #maseratiindy #HemmingsAuctions

  •  805  2  18 August, 2019

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  • After long and exhaustive research, we are now offering this 1947 Maserati A6GCS Monofaro for sale at The Classic Motor Hub.

With an accurately recreated body and chassis, this car houses an A6GCS engine and gearbox once operated by Juan Manuel Fangio in Fomula 2 against the dominant Ferrari 166Cs.

Since arriving in the UK the car has been prepared by expert historic racing specialists and is now ready to be enjoyed either on the race track or on the road. The car is clearly an important piece of motorsport history and represents a rare opportunity not only to own a car once driven by El Maestro but also to experience the masterpiece that is the last true Maserati.

To find out more get in touch or visit ClassicMotorHub.com/Showroom
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#Maserati #MaseratiClassic #ClassicMaserati #VintageMaserati #MaseratiRacing #MaseratiA6GCS #A6GCS #MaseratiOwners #MaseratiClub #ClassicMotorHub
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    The Classic Motor Hub

    After long and exhaustive research, we are now offering this 1947 Maserati A6GCS Monofaro for sale at The Classic Motor Hub.

    With an accurately recreated body and chassis, this car houses an A6GCS engine and gearbox once operated by Juan Manuel Fangio in Fomula 2 against the dominant Ferrari 166Cs.

    Since arriving in the UK the car has been prepared by expert historic racing specialists and is now ready to be enjoyed either on the race track or on the road. The car is clearly an important piece of motorsport history and represents a rare opportunity not only to own a car once driven by El Maestro but also to experience the masterpiece that is the last true Maserati.

    To find out more get in touch or visit ClassicMotorHub.com/Showroom
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    #Maserati #MaseratiClassic #ClassicMaserati #VintageMaserati #MaseratiRacing #MaseratiA6GCS #A6GCS #MaseratiOwners #MaseratiClub #ClassicMotorHub

  •  2,528  26  16 August, 2019