Vintage Maseratis are some of the most beautiful cars around, and it's not often one this original comes up for sale. This 1967 Tipo 107 Quattroporte four-door was recently pulled out of storage after sitting for over 40 years, and . You should buy it.
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According to the ad, this car was originally purchased in Italy before being imported into the States in the 1970s. It was last registered in Louisiana in 1976, and judging by the car's condition, it looks like it's been sitting tucked away somewhere ever since. Despite its age, the car looks to be in solid condition, though, as the ad points out, it seems to have received a poor-quality paint respray at some point. The engine, while original to the car, is in pieces, with some parts in the trunk and others missing. The interior looks to be complete, but the leather is totally dried out.
Perhaps the best thing about this find is the lack of rust. Italian cars of this era are known to have severe rust issues, and that doesn't exclude low-production exotics like Maseratis. Besides some surface corrosion, the car seems to be totally free of the stuff.
The ad claims this Quattroporte is one of about 740 built in total by the factory, making it pretty rare. it's . According to Hagerty's valuation tool, running Quattroportes in good condition are worth just a few thousand more, meaning this asking number is a bit overzealous (it does need a restoration, after all). Still, it does seem like a lot of car for the money.