1967 Maserati


  • 1967

  • V8 / 4136 cc

  • 5 Speed Manual

  • Red/Black Exterior & Black Leather Interior

Car Details

The Maserati Quattroporte is a four-door full-size luxury sports saloon produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Maserati. The name translated from Italian means "four doors". The original Maserati Quattroporte (Tipo AM107) was built between 1963 and 1969. It was a large saloon powered by V8 engines - both firsts for a series production Maserati automobile. The task of styling the Quattroporte was given to Turinese coachbuilder Pietro Frua, who drew inspiration from a special 5000 GT (chassis number 103.060) which he had designed in 1962 for Prince Karim Aga Khan. While the design was by Frua, body construction was carried out by Vignale. This car came to The Wilson Collection in 2014 as a barn find from one prior owner. The Wilson Collection has gone through extensive historical research and documentation and has been focused on restoring the vehicle back to it's former glory. Major work has included a new livery as well as a complete rebuild of the engine.