The Maserati Sebring Series II (Tipo AM101/10) was introduced in 1965 as the successor to the Series I. By 1968, 243 units had been produced. This is a 2+2 coupe sports car designed by Giovanni Michelotti, which was focused mainly on the American market and referred to the success of Maserati in the famous American 12h Sebring circuit race. At $12,800, it was 22% more expensive at the time than the comparable Aston Martin DB5.
The Series II differs from its predecessor by, i.e., modified front and rear headlights, a grille on the fenders or more modern bumpers. As for the chassis, the front is a double-wishbone suspension with coil springs, while the rear is a solid beam axle with leaf springs. Each of the wheels is braked by a disc brake that hides behind 15" steel rims. Maserati Sebring was powered by an in-line six-cylinder with mechanical fuel injection and two spark plugs per cylinder, which was available in 3 versions with different volumes, marked by engine capacity in cm3 - 3500, 3700 and 4000.
This car has a 3.7L engine with an output of 245 hp, which drove the Maserati, thanks to a five-speed transmission, to the speed close to 250 km/h. It came to us in a pre-renovation condition and its renovation took place in 2018 in our Rallied & Raced facility. We also have an original Maserati certificate confirming the authenticity of the car.