Maserati 3500 GT
The Maserati 3500 GT is a two-door router from the GT unit in the back of a coupe or convertible. It was designed and built by the Italian manufacturer Maserati between 1957 and 1964. It was the debut of its company with the serial production of the Gran Turismo machine. The car was presented at a car show in Geneva in the spring of 1957. The whole model range is Maserati.
The body of the car was developed in the Milan Touring Company and classified as a four-seater two-door sports coupe. The chief designer spent a lot of time on improving the model of the car, and studied many cars of English origin. The design of experimental bodies was entrusted to some of the most popular bodybuilders in Italy.
The interior of the Italian Maserati 3500 GT had a quality finish and all the details of the construction were fully worked out. There was a three-spoke steering wheel, which covered the dashboard a little bit, which was well understood and intuitive. The gearshift lever was floor-standing. Too much and almost instantaneously striking is the huge, seemingly superfluous handle in front of the front passenger’s seat. The chairs are covered in leather.
The Maserati 3500 GT came complete with a six-cylinder inline powertrain, which was borrowed from the Maserati 350 S racing car. It was deformed and improved reliability so that it could develop 220 horsepower.
The engine was synchronized with a four-speed gearbox. The fuel inlet system was decorated with a battery of 3 carburettors and a pair of cameras. Two spark plugs were designed for each cylinder, which ensured the reliability of ignition.
The Italian Roadster is valued at about 205755$. The price varies depending on the year of manufacture, and the general condition of the car.
We advise you to read the article: Maserati’s history