Buying or Selling a 1978 Maserati Merak?
The Maserati Merak was a mid-engine, 3-liter, 2+2 GT, equipped with a longitudinally mounted compact V6. A rear tubular sub frame paired to a steel monocoque supported the powertrain and rear suspension. Giugiaro at Italdesign designed the body of the Maserati Merak. Giugiaro was also responsible for the designs of the famous Ghibli and the Maserati Bora— the Merak’s predecessor. From the Bora to the Merak, the most visible modifications were the abandon of the Bora’s complex clamshell engine cover, in favor of the buttress treatment behind the cockpit. The Merak SS appeared in U.S. dealerships in 1977 and was a high power variant of the model. After Citroen let go of their Maserati ownership in the mid-1970s, a lot of the equipment—especially the hydraulic parts—were left behind for systems that are more traditional.
1978 Maserati Merak Seller’s Guide
If you’re interested in selling a 1978 Maserati Merak, the Alex Manos team would be happy to be of service. Don’t hesitate to call the team with any questions about the model or a particular car. Their expert staff is composed of classic car enthusiasts who have an extensive experience in the industry and deep knowledge of classic Maseratis. They regularly share tips and advice on classics, so be sure to get on the phone with one of the classic Maserati specialist to get valuable information on the best practices to sell a 1978 Maserati Merak! One thing the team will tell you is to take a good set of professional and detailed pictures to attract more buyers.
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