Buying or Selling a 1968 Maserati Mexico?
The production of the Maserati Mexico started in 1966 and ended in 1972, although from 1968, few units were made as the clientele favored the contemporary Maserati Indy. The Mexico was a four-seat GT based on the chassis of the Quattroporte, with a 3.5-inch shorter wheelbase and powered by the same 4.2 or 4.7-liter V8 engines. Inside, the Maserati Mexico was quite luxurious, featuring a beautiful wooden dashboard, comfortable leather seats, Borrani chrome wire wheels, standard air conditioning, electric windows, and iodine headlights. Options such as power steering, an automatic transmission, and a radio were made available. The 1968 Maserati Mexico was the first production car from the brand to feature servo assisted ventilated disc brakes on all four wheels.
1968 Maserati Mexico Seller’s Guide
Maserati Mexicos are rare and desirable classics nowadays, with only 485 units made. If you are thinking about selling your 1968 Maserati Mexico, the Alex Manos team would be happy to hear more about your car and make you an offer. The experts are always looking for new classics to add to their growing inventory and they enjoy a reputation for fair and honest deals. In addition, the friendly staff will give you tips on how to make the best transaction. One advice the team likes to share with their friends and clients is to give a complete list of all documentation, options, and original accessories available in the ad. Buyers will be more interested in models that have all the paperwork, and original accessories such as the radio, handbook, and toolkit.
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