Buying or Selling a 1970 Maserati Mexico?
Designed by Vignale and produced between 1967 and 1972, the Maserati Mexico was a 2+2 GT. A total of 485 units were made, 175 models featuring a 4.7-liter engine and 305 models equipped with the 4.2-liter unit. Very few were produced from 1968, as the contemporary Maserati Indy offered a more appealing alternative for a performance four-seater. The Maserati Mexico featured four comfortable and high quality leather seats, a beautiful wooden dashboard, powered windows, iodine headlights, and standard air conditioning. In addition to those luxurious standard features, options such as power steering, a radio, or an automatic transmission were available as an option for more comfort.
1970 Maserati Mexico Seller’s Guide
If you are currently thinking about selling your 1970 Maserati Mexico, chances are you already know everything about the car’s specs. Be sure to give as many details as possible in your ad, as this will increase the interest of potential buyers and make them spend more time reading about your car. One interesting fact about the Mexico that you can share with prospects is that it was the first production Maserati to be fitted with servo assisted ventilated disc brakes on all four wheels. This is just one of the many advice the Alex Manos team shares with their friends and clients on how to make the best transaction. Call the experts today to ask for more tips! Alex Manos and his team are also interested in your classic for their growing inventory. They will be happy to make you a top dollar offer on the spot. Take the hassle out of the equation and benefit from the many services offered by the team!
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