AM101/S10*011* - Sebring 3.7 Series 2 - 1965

2015 - London -

Chassis Number 11 dates from 1965, and is believed to be the first of only 4 Right Hand Drive Series 2 Sebrings manufactured, also, the only known example fitted from new with Borrani wire wheels.

This fabulously original example was purchased by dignitary Prince Zu Hohenlohe from who we understand was its first owner, whilst he was studying in London around 1980. He went on to own his beloved Sebring for the next 35 years, during which he returned to his native Germany.

An unrestored example, in Prince Zu Hohelohe’s ownership it has been painted once, but otherwise remains startlingly original. The bodywork is said to be in excellent condition with no signs of rust, and shows good gaps to the opening panels. Showing just 72,000 miles from new, and finished in silver metallic with a contrasting black leather interior, this lovely GT shows a lovely patina which is unattainable in restored examples.

Offered with a German title and current German TüV documents, this is a wonderful example of a rare and desirable GT car. A Maserati for the true connoisseur.