Chassis number AM101 02113 was completed in February of 1964 and was delivered new to Torino, Italy. Built with the fuel-injected, 3500 GTi engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission, it featured Grigio Albany paint and blue leather upholstery from the factory. Later in its life, the car was exported to the United States where it was acquired by its current owner a few years ago. Upon his move to Europe, he elected to take the Sebring with him. When it arrived in Europe, the car was brought to an independent specialist in the UK and fully restored in its original shade of Grigio Albany over a black leather interior, finished by the optional and very attractive Borrani wire wheels. The car retains its original engine, number 2177, and Lucas fuel injection, as noted in information provided by the Maserati Classiche department.
A fine example of one of the Series I Sebrings, it will make an ideal companion at car shows and a comfortable warm-weather touring car. No matter where or how it is enjoyed, it will provide any driver with a finer understanding of the subtleties of a fine Italian automobile.