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Launched at Torino in 1966, Maserati’s Ghibli was penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro and featured sophisticated underpinnings, including a powerful DOHC V-8. The top-specification 4.9 SS model boasted an astounding 174 mph top speed, making it Maserati’s fastest road car.

This sensational 4.9 SS was delivered new to West Nyack, New York, and fitted with the desirable five-speed ZF manual gearbox. It was recently the recipient of a meticulous five-year rotisserie restoration performed by the consignor, a Ghibli specialist with over 40 years of experience restoring European sports cars. The Ghibli was completely disassembled, and the body was chemically stripped, neutralized, etched, and acid dipped. The engine, suspension, and differential were rebuilt, various ancillary systems attended to, and its five-speed manual gearbox received new seals and bearings. The Maserati was repainted in black with Glasurit paint and the interior was retrimmed in cream leather, with the dash re-covered in correct “mouse fur” sourced from Italy. The consignor’s thoughtful dedication is evident in the smallest details, such as the correct Arman wiper arms.

To see a Ghibli restored to this level is uncommon, and this example’s handsome colors and 4.9 SS specification make it even more appealing. Accompanied by a tool kit, jack, manual, restoration photos and a restoration summary, this is a fantastic representation of one of Maserati’s most usable and highly acclaimed road cars.

Gooding & Company
1517 20th Street
Santa Monica  90404  California
United States
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