1994 Maserati Biturbo25.000-45.000 EUR - Estimate

Maserati Bi-turbo Spyder " III "

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Last and most powerful version
- Rare car in very good original condition
- Interesting history file and mileage

Reference Number 669006

as of 10/7/2021

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59, avenue Montaigne  Phone  +33 1 42 99 20 56  City  Paris
75008 Paris  Fax  +33 1 42 99 16 39  State  Paris
France  Mobile    Country  France France
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Car 1994 Maserati Biturbo
VIN ZAM333B00NB102994 
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Known History

Developed during the De Tomaso era, the Biturbo was launched in Modena in December 1981. An all-new model, powered by a V6 with double camshaft per bank of cylinders, with three valves head and two turbochargers, the temperament was resolutely sporty while the design of this coupe with angular shapes was conventional. The cubic capacity and the power kept increasing thereafter with the various evolutions of the model, which will also be made as a saloon and a convertible, which was developed by Zagato and referred to as "Spyder". The technical improvements of the 1985 Biturbo "II" (222) and the stylistic modifications made to it by Marcello Gandini in 1988, also benefited the Spyder, which underwent a final aesthetic and technical overhaul in 1991. The ultimate evolution of the Biturbo convertible, with the V6 2L double camshaft with 24 valves (type AM475), the Spyder on offer is the most desirable. In "sky blue" colour with dark blue soft top and interior in half leather and grey nubuck, plus matching soft top cover, its configuration is very elegant, further refined with the light woodwork and its golden clock. First registered in 1994 in Italy, this car has been in the hands of its current owner for a few years. Passionate about it, he took all the necessary care to restart the car, which had remained stored for a dozen years before its purchase. The car now displays just under 50,000 km, most likely original, given the car's very good condition. It is equipped with the superb 16-inch center-tightening rims unique to this version, a Blaupunkt radio and a nose screen, as well as two auxiliary seats at the rear. The invoice folder that comes with the car provides proof of serious maintenance. Ready to be driven, its future owner will therefore be able to take full advantage of the fiery temperament of this beautiful Italian.