This Series II Sebring Coupé has six owners from new and is noted on factory records to have been shown at the 1967 Barcelona Motor Show. It was imported new to Spain and has been in a Spanish collection since the mid-1980s. Whilst the car has been repainted an elegant metallic beige, its interior appears to remain quite original. The tan leather seats show the expected amount of wear and tear for a near half-century-old automobile. Documents supplied with this car show that the front bumper was replaced in 1992 with a new OEM part. Service invoices also show extensive attention to the fuel and cooling systems in 2013. It has since passed the Spanish ITV (Inspection Technical Vehicular) on 4 November 2014. Mechanically, this Maserati’s muscular six-cylinder engine starts and runs surprisingly well, showing no exhaust smoke.
This uncommon Sebring Series II Coupé appears to be complete. With some tender love and care from a dedicated enthusiast, it would be an excellent candidate for a full restoration, and if given some additional mechanical and cosmetic attention, it would provide the comfortable grand touring that Maserati intended.