1972 Maserati Indy
1136 Maserati Indy were produced as the successor to the Mexico from 1969-1974 and offered comfortable space for 4 people including their luggage. The engines available were V8 aluminium engines of various sizes with 4 overhead camshafts, all of which were supplied by 4 Weber downdraft carburretors and were based on the layout of the legendary Maserati 450 S, which was very successful in racing. The body of the Indy is based on a beautiful design by Studio Vignale. The most sought-after version is undoubtedly the 4.7 liter. The difference to the basic model 4.2 was power steering as well as a comfortable brake booster. The standard 5-speed manual transmission from ZF is designed for the powerful performance of the 290 hp 4.7 liter machine from Maserati. This beautiful Indy, delivered in its original colour "celeste", is a French first delivery and has always been based in the south of France. The completely original leather interior, patinated and faded from the French sun in one place or another, is wonderful. Air conditioning, electric windows and green-tinted glazing round off the comfort package. This Indy 4.7 America looks very elegant in this colour combination. Overall, it is in an authentic, unrestored condition with a great patina. The vehicle has always been serviced carefully and with a high level of technical understanding, and it is completely “matching numbers”. All in all, this 2 + 2 seated sports car icon is still completely underrated compared to the Bora and Ghibli and therefore a great investment.