Comments - Unique of the Week: 1970 Maserati Ghibli

Published: Feb 11, 2012
Description: Like some of the other great Italian supercar brands, Maserati's roots lie within motorsport. When the five Maserati brothers began racing cars in the late 1920s, they probably never imagined the...
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Eric Michalak Feb 11, 2012
Pretty sure this article is about a super car. Way to sound like an idiot though.
Cian Rules Feb 11, 2012
They dont make supercars they make gt cars
Colin Dzendolet Feb 12, 2012
beautiful, reminds me of Johnny 5 too
Nicolas Pons Feb 11, 2012
This Is good looking
Thibault Leroy Feb 11, 2012
i saw this car in a museum in paris
Description: In 2005, they were split from Ferrari and merged with Alfa Romeo, under the control of Fiat Auto. And throughout the good and not so good times, Maserati has always stayed true to its Italian racing ...
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Description: And in 1966, the front-engined Ghibli GT was unveiled at the Turin Motor Show. It was a hit from day one as it went on to outsell both the Ferrari Daytona and the Lamborghini Miura. Designed by Giorge...
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Description: The Ghibli Spyder was launched in 1969, but was never built in the same numbers as the coupe variant. In 1970, the Ghibli SS came out and it featured a 4.9-liter V8 with 335hp. Ghibli production ended...
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Cooper Branham Feb 12, 2012
It is though, autos really take away from the purpose of why these cars were made, they don't give you full freedom and control of the car. Not to mention they aren't as fun
Logan LeMonnier Feb 11, 2012
I'm sick of all the whining about autos. If the original manual was replaced with an auto then yes that sucks but otherwise it's not a big deal
Christo Savaides Feb 11, 2012
I could never buy a classic super car, no matter how amazing, with an auto. It's just wrong.
Dimitry Mikhailovich Malikov Feb 11, 2012
Make an SS model with only 5 hp difference is pretty pointless. Still an awesome car though.
Description: Overall, it appears to be in excellent condition. The seller hasn't placed a reserve on it, so for anyone looking to own a piece of classic Italian supercar heritage, this may end up being a wond...
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Jason Dannheim Feb 12, 2012
Auto!? Buts it's a Maserati! Still want.
Cian Rules Feb 11, 2012
So many gears to choose from
David Holder-Defrates Feb 11, 2012
Or look in the footwell. 2 pedals = Auto
Christo Savaides Feb 11, 2012
It says in the article dude... It's an auto.
Erick Bernal Feb 11, 2012
Leaf spring suspension... Haha