These are the cars that for one reason or another I have decided to keep for myself. Some are in great
condition, some are drivers and one is under restoration. For now, these are the ones I'll take to my grave ....
or until I change my mind ... or find something more interesting.
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1968 Maserati Mistral spyder
When I found this Mistral spyder it was painted root bear color and had a cream interior made from leather that
looked like it came from a sofa. On the positive side it was a rare 4.0 liter version and the body was in very good
condition. It is now restored and returned to its original silver color.
1959 Maserati 3500GT Vignale spyder prototype (first built)
Every so often a very special car enters into once life. For me this happened in late March 2007. This car needed
restoration but it is extremely original and a very rare example. I hope to have it completed by the end of 2011.
Once restored this car will easily get invited to just about any concourse in the world.
1970 Maserati Ghibli spyder
I sold my collection of Maserati spyders a few years ago as a means of getting an early retirement out of the
corporate world, best decision I have ever made. Now that my finances have stabilized it was time to rebuilt that
Maserati collection. The first car I found was a nice 4.0 liter Mistral spyder, then any collectors dream ... a
3500GT spyder prototype and just recently this Ghibli spyder. My collection of production Maserati spyders
from the 60's and 70's is once again complete.