1964 Maserati Mistral

1964 Maserati Mistral – Needs Restoration – No Reserve

1964 Maserati Mistral – Needs Restoration – No Reserve

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1964 Maserati Mistral coupe. According to factory records, chassis 056 was first sold in Rome, Italy and came equipped with engine number 106.027.

There is no mechanical records on the car but was performed a compression test when the engine was cold, was found that all 6 cylinders were within 160psi. The oil pressure showed 95psi at start up. The car runs and drives and the transmission shifts fine in all gears, with the exception of some whining, probably mostly due to worn out  transmission bearings.

The current paint shows bubbling in multiple spots and some corrosion can been seen in the usual places, such as  the wheel arches and lower rocker corners near the gas tank. It looks like the car was painted in a one-day paint shop, meaning that the paint looks decent from 10 feet away but is quite flawed when seen up  close. The interior is decent for a driver.

      Early in-line 6 cars are becoming extremely sought-after—hence, this car really deserves a complete restoration. The rare color combination makes it even more attractive amidst the run of the mill, standard colors. This Frua-designed car was factory built with:

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January 8, 2022 6:00 pm