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One look at this dark blue beauty had us wondering what sort of automobile Tonino Delli Colli, cinematography director of The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, would drive in between takes out on the plateau region of Spain? We have no idea, but there’s a better than average chance that someone who managed to make Spain look like the American West and Eli Wallach appear somewhat similar to Pancho Villa would appreciate the four-place beauty of this all-original 1965 Maserati Quattroporte I.
A time capsule, California car with great history going back 35 years. It is in totally original condition with original navy blue paint, original pumpkin leather and carpets. Fitted with a matching number 4.2 liter 4 cam V8, 4 Webers, A/C, Di Dion rear suspension with inboard brakes, ZF S.5.325 5-speed transmission, and single headlights. Dyno tuned, starts instantly, superb running and ready to be driven anywhere.
More than 200 horsepower of storied Maserati with a fresh set of Pirellis for less than the price of a 2011 BMW 3 Series sedan. The car is not only stylish, but has enough Italian performance to thunder away from even a bellowing Sergio Leone with great dispatch.
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Tagged Enrico Morricone, Hemmings Find of the Day, Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car, Maserati, Maserati Quattroporte, Pirelli