1970 Maserati Ghibli coupe
VIN number AM1115 1562

This is a Maserati Ghibli coupe with the desirable combination of late style 4.7 liter engine (with the late style heads and 42 DCNF carbs), 5-
speed, power steering, AC and Borrani wire wheels.

The previous owner bought the Ghibli in 2003 in California and brought it to Atlanta. Until 2003, the Ghibli had lived most, if not all, of its life
in Californa. The car was not running good and he soon discovered a couple of cylinders were low. He took the Ghibli to a shop, the engine
was removed and disassembled. New pistons and bearings were purchased .... some minor work was done to the engine but never re-
assembled .... and there it sat for 3 years. The owner got fed up with the repair shop and sold the Ghibli to me.

The car has a very 1970's color scheme ..... gold with brown interior (with black piping). I have never been a fan of gold cars but the brown
interior actually looks good. I think the car would look awesome in blue sera (dark blue), or black, with that interior.

The body is straight and rust free. Paint quality is fair with a few minor dents here and there. Still has its original Blaukpunt Gran Prix radio
and electric antenna (nice touches). There is a small crack on the windshield but it does come with a brand new windshield. Included are the
original "Certificato D'Origine" ... which is the paperwork from the factory to Foreign Cars City, who was the Maserati importer at that time. I
had never seen this paperwork with any of the other Ghibli I have owned. All and all, this is a very honest car that needs someone to
complete the work.

I cleaned some of the chrome and it is quite nice. Unless you are looking at making it a 100 point show car, most of the chrome, including
the wire wheels can be cleaned up. The only pieces I would re-do are the two rear chrome bumper over-riders and the pot metal wire wheel

The tail lights currently on the car are not original. There is a proper set included, it looks like they could be new.

This is the ownership history, according to the archives kept by the German Maserati Club:

1970, gold/brown
1978 with Don Skogmo –Carmel.CA./USA
1981 with Joseph P. Dember –San Fernando Valley.CA./USA
2003 located in LA.CA./USA, sold to Joe Creamer, Alpharetta GA


Click on any of the thumbnails to enlarge.
New windshield
Original certificate of origination.
Click here for a scanned image of
the certificates
Engine number matches VIN number
Leather is in really nice shape
bearings are included