Serial number AM112.132
This is a rare 1967 Maserati Mexico, with the 4.2 liter V8 engine, 5-speed ZF transmission, four dual throat Weber carbs, knock off Borrani wire wheels
and air conditioner. The Mexico is a true 2+2 with rear seats and seat belts. Designed by Vignale, only approximately 250 hand built examples were
ever made. The silver paint is in very good condition with a deep gloss and so is the black leather interior. The leather appears to be the original. The
paint was done in 1982 to extremely high quality and repainted in its original color .... after 22 years the paint still looks quite good! Minor paint defect
on the left rear quarter panel where an object fell and chipped the paint slightly ...(see photo) and a few rust bubbles about 2 inches from the bottom of
the driver's door, otherwise in very good condition especially considering it was last painted in 1982. Chrome, all five wire wheels, tires, leather, wood
and glass are very nice. Mechanically the car is very strong and has been well maintained. If you are familiar with Maserati you already know this V8
engine is bullet proof. This car was driven during a Maserati club event last year and over 1000 miles were clocked during a long weekend ... therefore
it has been well tested! The AC was working but the compressor failed. A new compressor has been installed and all hoses connected, the system
will need a freon charge. I have a Certificate of Originality from the factory as well as the build sheet information which verifies the matching numbers
and color combination.
I really like the leather and wood on the Mexico ... it is superb!! The attention to details is second to none. Just look at the door panels with the chrome
frame all around the panel ... they are a piece of art by themselves! And the engine sound is pure Maserati! Car comes with a binder with receipts, the
spare tire and wire wheel, knock off hammer, and the original owner's manual. When shopping for a Mexico get the best one you can afford, and enjoy
it! The restoration cost of the chrome, wood and leather work alone would make it cost prohibitive.
The history of this car is well known ... it was featured on the cover of the Maserati magazine in the June 1982
This car has been sold
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This is a dealer description of the
car from circa 1988.