What if You Owned Maserati's First Series Production Car, the 3500 GT?
Mar 10, 2014 11:33
The Maserati 3500 GT was the automaker's first attempt at large-volume manufacturing, making the model a very important one in their history.
The 2+2 GT launched at the 1957 Geneva Motor Show with an aluminum bodywork crafted by Milan-based Carrozzeria Touring. It is powered by an aluminum block 3.5 liter straight six-cylinder engine producing an impressive 220hp at 5,500 rpm.
Francis Mandarano owns no less than four 3500 GTs, and his favorite one is the white car originally sold new in Mexico along with four other 3400 GTs.
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