Sold For €103,500
- Recently completed restoration
- Desirable 4.0-litre engine with five-speed manual transmission
Documents: Proof of EC Taxes Paid
According to information provided by Maserati Classiche, the Mistral Coupé presented here, bearing chassis number 1522, was outfitted by the factory with the desirable 4.0-litre engine mated to a manual gearbox. It was finished in Verde Bosco with a White leather interior. It left the assembly line on 2 December 1967 and would initially remain in its native Italy, shipped to a client in Sant’Elpidio a Mare, a small town near Italy’s Adriatic coast in the province of Fermo.
A previous California registration on file shows that by the mid-1980s the car had made its way to Sacramento, where it was owned by Brent Speckert. Remaining with him for nearly thirty years, the car was sold to Mark S Paulo of Cascais and shipped back across the Atlantic to Portugal. Two years ago it was purchased by Mr. Sáragga and was immediately sent out to be restored. With restoration work concluding in June 2019, it is finally ready to be enjoyed.
According to the information available on Maserati Classiche, this Mistral Coupé, here presented as chassis number 1522, ex works with a 4.0-liter engine, paired with a manual gearbox. It was finished in Bosco green and inside in peel branca. Saiu da linha de montagem on 2 December 1967 and, from the beginning, would remain in his native Italy, sent to a client in Sant’Elpidio a Mare, a small city on the Adriatic Coast, in the province of Fermo.
A previous Californian record shows that, after two years 80, he moved to Sacramento, being the property of Brent Speckert. For the next 30 years, he remained with this owner, being sold to Mark S. Paulo, from Cascais, and dispatched through Atlântico, for Portugal. Two years ago, Mr. Sáragga acquired hair, which he immediately decided to restore. With this intervention concluded in June 2019, it is finally ready to be used.