Buying or Selling a 1973 Maserati Indy?
The successor to the Maserati Mexico, the Maserati Indy was a very successful model. The Indy was larger than the contemporary Ghibli I and offered four seats as well as luggage space. The Indy was still smaller than the Quattroporte model and offered a great alternative for a comfortable and sporty GT. New versions of the Indy were produced in 1971 for the North American market and were renamed Indy America. A 4.2-liter, a 4.7-liter, and a 4.9-liter engine were available on the 1973 Maserati Indy, the larger unit being fitted with a revised gearbox, new 15-inch wheels and an improved air-conditioning system. The 4.9-liter model was also distinguishable in its design, with a slightly different interior and an extra bonnet grille ahead of the windshield wipers, on the right.
1973 Maserati Indy Seller’s Guide
If you are currently the owner of a 1973 Maserati Indy and thinking about selling it, you might have questions such as: how much is it worth, what is the best place to sell it, how can I get the best value out of it? The Alex Manos team regularly answers questions from sellers and also shares tips and advice on how to make the best transaction. For one, it is always helpful to have your trusted classic Maserati technician take a look at the car before you show it to prospects. Small repairs can be made easily most of the time, and reduce the advantage of potential buyers. Alex Manos and his team are also interested in your 1973 Maserati Indy and will make you a great offer if the classic fits their growing inventory.
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