Buying or Selling a 1971 Maserati Mexico?
The Maserati Mexico was a luxurious 2+2 sports car produced from 1967 to 1972, based on the chassis of the Quattroporte sedan but using a shorter wheelbase. The first models were fitted with a 4.7-liter V8 and a 4.2-liter was made available from 1969. The new models underwent few updates aside from the engine. Production numbers kept very low as the Maserati Indy was a more popular option offered by the brand for a 2+2 GT and after the introduction of the Indy model, the Mexico’s production was quasi inexistent. Many comfort and luxurious features were offered for the interior of the 1971 Maserati Mexico, such as a gorgeous wooden dashboard, electric windows, standard air conditioning, optional automatic transmission, power steering, and a radio. The 4.7-liter models featured Borrani wire wheels, while the later 4.2-liter cars had steel disc wheels.
1971 Maserati Mexico Seller’s Guide
If you need a complete list with extra specifications and details on the 1971 Maserati Mexico to help with your ad, the Alex Manos team would be happy to assist you. The team is regularly buying classic for their own inventory and they are always willing to share tips and advice with their clients and friends on how to make the best transaction. For example, it is recommended to take professional and detailed shots of your classic as this will often be the first things potential buyers will look at. A good first impression can make a big difference. Another advice the team will give you is to be honest in your description. This will attract serious buyers who will be more likely to purchase the classic if they feel they can trust the owner. Those are only a couple tips on how to get the best value out of your classic.
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