1970 Maserati Ghibli spyder
VIN:  AM115S1103

This is one of the factory Ghibli spyders of which only 128 were made. I purchased the car in 2010 with only 14,080 original miles and already have managed to clock in an
additional 7,000 miles. If you have driven a well sorted Ghibli spyder you would understand why ... they are great driving cars! Car has power steering, Borrani wire wheels,
Becker Grand Prix radio, tools, manuals, rare factory hard top and fitted luggage.

Before I purchased the car the prior owner just had the engine and interior completely redone by a well respected shop in Ft Lauderdale. There were over $130,000 spent and
it is all well documented.

The car was painted red which is not my favorite color for a Ghibli spyder but this car was simply too nice to pass. In 2013 the car was taken apart and my good friend Randy
Cox got all the lines perfect and painted the car black. It looks fantastic! You can use the doors as a mirror!  Later that year it was driven 1,700 in the Pebble Beach Motoring
This year (2017) I decided to make the car even nicer and replaced the interior with "marrone' PAC 1386. This was one of the colors offered by Maserati on the Ghibli and
looks very nice with the black exterior. Much efford was spent to make sure we got the right grain, color and sheen.

This Ghibli drives like a dream! No fuss, no drama ... it just goes. The quad exhaust system gives it a nice deep rumble during acceleration.

The Ghibli has done quite well at the shows it has been entered. In 2011 it won an Amelia award at the prestigious Amelia Island Concours. The car was driven 8 hours (each
way) to attend the show. In 2014 the Ghibli returned to Amelia as part of the Maserati Centennial celebrations. This time is went as a black car and received the great honor of
being selected for the "Most Outstanding Italian Coachwork" trophy.

Recent awards:
2010 Atlanta Italian Car day: Best Maserati (second place went to my Mistral spyder)
2010 EuroAuto Festival, Achievement award "Best of the Best:" class
2011 Amelia Island Concours, Amelia Award (second in class) - as a red car
2014 Amelia Island Concours: "Most Outstanding Italian Coachwork" trophy - as a black car
2014 Drove the Pebble Beach Motoring Classic and drove the Pebble Beach Tour D'Elegance; 1,700 miles total
2014 The Quail - Carmel, California
2014 Concorso Italiano Maserati Centennial - Best in Class
2015 Keeneland Concourse - Best in Class + Young judges choice
2015 Hilton Head Concours - Palmetto award

Click here to see photos of the Ghibli when it was red
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