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Maserati Indy 1971

General description : 1971 Maserati Indy 5-SpeedThis 1971 Maserati Indy is an extremely desirable 5-Speed manual example with matching numbers. Very attractive blue with black leather interior and only 55k miles. It has only two small rust bubble spots on the drivers door and rear quarter. It is otherwise very solid and a great original driver. 

https://www.gullwingmotorcars.com/1971-maserati-indy-c-3034.htm

1971 Maserati Indy is listed sold on ClassicDigest in Astoria by Gullwing Motor for $52500.

 

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Car type : Car Make : Maserati Model : Indy Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1971 Location : Astoria

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About Maserati
Maserati, the epitome of Italy's finest traditional luxury sports cars. Let's dive into the captivating narrative of Maserati's storied history, shall we?

Act 1: The Roaring Twenties

In the heart of Bologna, Italy, Maserati was born in 1914, founded by the Maserati brothers. The roaring twenties saw Maserati establishing itself as a force in racing, capturing hearts with its precision engineering and sleek designs.

Act 2: The Trident's Triumphs

The iconic Trident logo emerged in the 1920s, symbolizing Maserati's dominance in the racing world. Models like the Tipo 26 and the 250F graced the tracks, with the latter securing Juan Manuel Fangio's Formula One World Championship in 1957.

Act 3: The Road Cars Roar (1960s-1980s)

Maserati transitioned from racetracks to the streets, introducing luxurious grand tourers. The Ghibli, a name evoking the desert wind, and the stunning Bora and Merak, with their mid-engine designs, became symbols of automotive elegance.

Production Numbers:

Ghibli (1967-1973): Approximately 1,170 units.
Bora (1971-1978): Around 524 units.
Merak (1972-1983): Approximately 1,830 units.
Act 4: Turbulence and Triumphs

The '80s brought challenges, but Maserati persisted. The Biturbo series aimed to bring the brand to a broader audience, blending performance and luxury. Amid ownership changes, Maserati's spirit endured.

Production Numbers (Biturbo Series):

Biturbo (1981-1994): Over 38,000 units.
Finale: Modern Elegance and Power

Entering the 21st century, Maserati merged tradition with modernity. The Quattroporte, GranTurismo, and Levante continued the legacy, blending Italian craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology.

Maserati, with its timeless Trident emblem, stands as a testament to Italian passion for both racing and luxurious craftsmanship. Through triumphs and tribulations, Maserati has etched its name in the annals of automotive history as a symbol of style, performance, and the pursuit of perfection. See also BiTurbo restoration story: https://www.classicdigest.com/readers-stories/Andreas/713