Comments - Unique of the Week: 1975 Maserati Khamsin

Published: Jan 12, 2013
Description: Like most other automakers, Maserati has had its share of ups and downs over the years but it wasn't until Fiat took control of the reigns in 1993 did things begin to look up on a more permanent ...
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Lane Heinz Jan 13, 2013
Id love tthat car
Tiago Santos Maia Jan 12, 2013
I agree that it looks like an Uracco... It looks good!
Jackson Michael Jan 12, 2013
I mean I'd drive it lol
Dylan Bruder Jan 12, 2013
Pretty good looking
James Myron Darnell Crabbe Jan 12, 2013
I like it. Are they going to make new model??
Adrian Esai Bustamante Jan 12, 2013
Urracco, much?
Description: For many Maserati fans this was both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, Maserati's financial future was secured. On the other, what exactly did Ferrari have in mind in terms of developing n...
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Description: And this rare 1975 Maserati Khamsin is one of the cars that should rekindle such affections. The "Khamsin" - an Egyptian word describing a hot and violent desert wind - was originally introd...
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Amir Emarati Jan 15, 2013
khamsin means 50, the number fifty in arabic... idk what the writer was talkin about...
Ahmed Barrasali Jan 13, 2013
Ghibli refers to the same hot wind "Khamsin" but in Libya.
Lou Guerrero Jan 13, 2013
Saw a Pantera tonight
Tiago Santos Maia Jan 12, 2013
Pantera looks better!
Sam Reinsel Jan 12, 2013
If you look at a lot of Italian cars from this period, they have the same general shape. It was considered very popular and just a few design studios were designing the Italian cars back then.
Tobias Mersinger Jan 12, 2013
Nothing looks better than the Pantera! But this looks great!
Kevin Carlin Jan 12, 2013
*Looks better than a pantera
Ty Schuring Jan 12, 2013
Looks like a pantera?
Carlton Salmon Jan 12, 2013
The Khamsin is a beautifully proportioned car and so is the Indy.
Ron Vinson Jan 13, 2013
Reminds me of the Pantera
John M Weishahn Jan 12, 2013
All awesome cars, yes. But all were boxy, designed with straight lines. The Countach was a series of lines and boxes.
Scuttle Buttocks Jan 12, 2013
Oh god 80's and 90's cars make me cringe...but there are some exceptions
Tobias Mersinger Jan 12, 2013
Really nice!
James Myron Darnell Crabbe Jan 12, 2013
Back in the day all these cars vaguely looked like one another. Wasn't really 'til the 80's and 90's that cars Really started looking curvy and shaped.
Colby Church Jan 12, 2013
Rear vaguely reminds me of a Lamborghini Miura.
Description: Power came from a front-mounted 4.9-liter V8 with 320 horsepower mated to either a five-speed manual or three-speed slushbox. Its many interesting design features include a Citroen-designed fully hydr...
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Description: All told, just 430 units were built by the time production ceased in 1982, with just 155 of those sent to the US. Now one of those is up for sale on eBay. This 1975 Khamsin has only 44,470 original mi...
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Amir Roy Jan 13, 2013
It needs to be a manual and be completely original for me to be interested. It is incredibly beautiful though and appears to be in great shape.
Blaise Harned Jan 12, 2013
Haha! I agree @donald
Tiago Santos Maia Jan 12, 2013
I'd rather have the stock radio! I don't use CDs anyway... Classic must be classic!
Donald Chip Schofield Jan 12, 2013
But it's an automatic… oh we'll it's pretty
Justin Johnson Jan 12, 2013
That is a bargain for something like this.
Carlton Salmon Jan 12, 2013
Front mid-engine layout...nice.
Justin Johnson Jan 12, 2013
Automatic? Killed it for me!
Ian Barger Jan 12, 2013
Yeah i actuall like the interior.
James Myron Darnell Crabbe Jan 12, 2013
Ahead of it's time with those seats.
James Myron Darnell Crabbe Jan 12, 2013
I like, I like.
Bill Estep Jr Jan 12, 2013
Wow that looks clean