Buying or Selling a 1957 Maserati 3500?
The Maserati 3500 was a revolution in the sports car world when it first came out in 1957. Not only was the 3500 a real performance GT, but its elegance also set it apart from its competitors, being different from the more common racy and showy body styles of other sports cars. An all-alloy twin cam 3.5-liter unit powered the GT and gave the car its name. The early models of 3500 were equipped with Weber carburetors like the 1957 Maserati 3500. The GT was available in two trims: a 2+2 coupe designed by Touring and a convertible designed by Vignale, which used a wheelbase two-inches shorter. Some special units were built with all-aluminum bodies and other unique options. The suspension of the Maserati 3500 was even and comfortable, while offering great handling and a sportier driving experience. The leaf springs in the back were carried over from previous models, and coil springs were fitted in front with a live axle.
1957 Maserati 3500 Seller’s Guide
The Maserati 3500 was very popular thanks for its understated self-assurance and its rarity. When it was introduced, the model was quite expensive and was reserved for an elite group of connoisseurs who were after a more classic-looking and less showy vehicle, while still enjoying a powerful engine. With so many qualities, it is easy to understand the difficulty of letting go your classic. The staff at the Alex Manos classic car dealership is composed of true enthusiasts who share your passion and who are always working to ensure that their clients have successful and stress-free transactions. The Alex Manos team is always interested in purchasing classics of all makes, models and conditions, and would be glad to hear more about your particular car.
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Classic car buyers can be very selective and highly knowledgeable, which can make selling your 1957 Maserati 3500 quite stressful. The Alex Manos team gives you the opportunity to take the hassle out of the process, and to make a quick and easy sale by contacting their team of specialists. They will evaluate your classic to offer you top value for it on the spot. Call the team today to learn more!