Maserati Bora 1973 for sale
Exterior: This Maserati Bora for sale does NOT go unnoticed! I can just imagine back in 1973, this car must have been looking like a spaceship roaring through the tiny streets of a remote village in Italy. This is razor edge design at its peak from Bertone and Giugiaro. I think just about every Italian car that I like was penned by Giugiaro! The original silver paintwork is spectacular just like the panel fit. It was repainted some time during the 90’s at Campana in Italy. All outside details are in a very nice and original condition. Rolling on original style Campagnolo wheels with Pirelli tyres. The original hubcaps are in “like new” condition.
Interior: For an Italian sportscar, this Maserati Bora for sale is actually very comfortable, and I would not hesitate to take this car for a long road trip through Europe. The long seats looking almost like beach chairs are very comfortable and the original leather from 1973 is still in a fantastic shape. You can make everything new, but it will never be the same feeling as when it is the original! The instrumentation is like a small aircraft, but still tasteful and with function. Everything inside this car works the way it should. And black interior will always look good, even in another 20 years from now. The car is super clean and original even when you open the rear hood and also in the rather large size for a sportscar front compartment.
1973 Maserati AM 117 4.7l silver with black leather
Engine: The 4.7l V8 engine in the Maserati Bora makes the right sound to match the outside appearance. And with the five-speed dogleg gearbox, it is fantastic to drive even on today’s roads. The carburettors have just been cleaned and adjusted. Otherwise this car has had only the normal service work done to it over the years. I would think it is not easy to find such original and untouched Maserati Bora today. Please also note that this car was sold new in Europe, the cars sold new in USA often have less power due to the emission restrictions during this time.
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History: This car was registered in Sweden for the first time in Sweden on November the 11th in 1976 and it was then imported from Germany. It has been featured in the Maserati Bulletin, and also in the book World of Sports Cars by Frank Oleski. There are pictures of this Maserati Bora with the same license plate it bares today. It comes with Swedish Technical Control (TUF) documents collected over the years. And the km can be verified here. The last Technical Control here in Sweden was done 2018-06-26 and the car is ready to drive. I feel it is important to emphasise this is a very original car that has always just been carefully maintained, used only in sunny and dry conditions while most other Italian sportscars from the 70’s have already been restored perhaps more than one time. The car is confirmed by Maserati Classiche.