This lovely rare righthand drive example is presented in arguably the best combination of light metallic Azzuuro Argentina Blue with a dark navy blue leather interior. It is powered by the mighty 4.9 litre V8 engine mated to an automatic transmission. Some recent work has been carried out by the well known Ferrari Centre in Kent, to include new dashboard covering in navy blue Alcantara and the same to the top section of the door cards. The present owner purchased the car about five years ago and used it as his everyday car. There is a good history file which contains many invoices from Bill McGrath Maserati and The Ferrari Centre showing the work carried out over the last few years, with some invoices going back to 1987. This wonderful example was resprayed in March 2015 and still looks fantastic. This is truly a rare car from the Italian marque and particularly as it is righthand drive; it is surely destined for the discerning collector or someone passionate for the ultimate classic sports coupé.
Well known in Maserati Club circles, this right-hand drive example of one of the rarest of post-war Maseratis has the 4.9-litre V8 engine and automatic transmission. Finished in light blue metallic with Navy Blue leather interior - the perfect colour combination - ‘0105’ has enjoyed only six previous owners and has been in the current vendor’s possession since March 2012. This Kyalami benefits from some £12,500 spent on restoration only two years ago and is described by the private vendor as in generally excellent condition. A total of circa 88,000 kilometres (approximately 54,600 miles) is currently displayed on the odometer. Rare and desirable, this beautiful Maserati is offered with a history file containing sundry bills, V5C Registration Certificate, current MoT, etc.