AM109/A1*1172* - Mistral 4.0 - 1967

2019 - Paris -

According to Maserati Classiche, this rare and desirable 4.0-litre Mistral left the factory on 3rd February 1967 for delivery to Rolma Automobili Srl in Milan, Italy. The original colour scheme was Blue Tigullio (dark blue) with black leather interior, while the first registered owner was Mr Ugo Righini. The current owner purchased the Maserati in the USA in December 2016. The previous owner was Richard Lee Belveal of Prescott, Arizona. The coachwork and interior are clean and the car is in sound condition, giving a future owner the opportunity to either re-commission it for immediate use or carry out a more extensive restoration. A copy of US title is on file and the car also comes with an FFVE document, maintenance manual, copies of the original factory documentation, and Maserati Classiche certification. EU taxes have been paid.

2017 - France -

145,000 - 185,000 EUR


Chassis: AM109A11172
American travel document -
FFVE certificate and customs clearance certificate provided
A healthy and clean car
A matching numbers copy
One of the rare coupés to have kept its injection Lucas
Presented in 1963 at the Turin Motor Show, the Mistral is a stylish proposal from Maserati to replace the 3500 GT. The line designed by Pietro Frua is very elegant.
The Mistral coupe that we offer for sale is a 4.0L version, released from the Maserati chains in January 1967. The factory production sheet specifies that it was produced in a “Blu
Tigullio” shade with black leather upholstery that 'she has preserved.
Only its color has now given way to a creamy white.
It is still equipped with its Borrani rims and its small rear booster seats, in accordance with its original order form. It was delivered new to its first
Milanese owner by
Rolma Automobili establishments .
While almost all Mistrals have been fitted with carburetors, this one still has its Lucas injection and an essential element, the vehicle is matching numbers.
This Mistral 4.0l presents a healthy state of origin leaving the choice to its new owner to keep its elegant patina or to have it restored taking into account its very attractive estimate. Finally, it should be noted that all the certificates of the
Classiche department attesting to the conformity of the vehicle are delivered with the car.