This beautiful Maserati Sebring is one of just 351 first-series examples produced and one of only 35 built to RHD specifications. Produced in February of 1963, this example was fitted with Maserati’s fuel-injected 3.5-litre inline six-cylinder engine and was delivered to its first owner in London, finished in Rosso Cordoba with white leather and outfitted with a ZF five-speed manual transmission. In 1978, repainted blue, it was purchased by Rebecca Water of Cambridge before being exported to the U.S. Passing through the ownership of the Vintage Auto Museum of Dillard, Georgia, it was purchased by Philip Deppenschmidt of Dayton, Ohio, in 1989.
The following year it was purchased by Mel Farrar, a renowned special-needs teacher in Sheffield, and returned to England. In 2013 a new owner sent the car to a Maserati specialist in Italy for a bare-metal restoration and mechanical overhaul, where it was refinished in its original colours.