Lot 34

2022   |   London Auction

1967 Maserati Mistral Coupe

Coachwork by Frua

SOLD £36,000

Estimate

£70,000 - £100,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

AM109A1-1372

Engine

AM109-458

Car Highlights

One of 828 Mistral Coupes Built

Designed by Giovanni Michelotti, Bodied by Frua

Presents in Original Colors of Celeste Chiaro (Light Blue) over Blue

Accompanied by Maserati Certificate of Origin, Italian Libretto, and Original ASI Card

Ideal Candidate for Concours-Quality Restoration

Technical Specs

3,694 CC DOHC Inline Twin-Plug 6-Cylinder Engine

Lucas Mechanical Fuel Injection

245 BHP at 5,500 RPM

5-Speed ZF Manual Gearbox

4-Wheel Servo-Assisted Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Front Independent Suspension with Coil Springs

Rear Live Axle with Semi-Elliptical Leaf Springs

Register to Bid

Joe Twyman


Temporary UK Import
See UK Registration/Import Status Guide in catalogue.


Successor to the popular 3500 GT, the Mistral married the sophisticated styling of Giovanni Michelotti with the racing-inspired, twin-plug, straight-six engine. This Mistral is one of 828 Coupes built, the model representing the final development of the classic Maserati twin cam.

According to its Maserati Certificate of Origin on file, this Mistral Coupe was ordered on April 12, 1967, in Celeste Chiaro (Light Blue) with a blue interior and Borrani spoked wheels. Delivered on August 9 to a dealership in Milan, it featured special options including air-conditioning, luggage compartment tonneau cover, and power windows. The Mistral was first registered in Brescia, and it has remained in Italy almost all of its life, with periods of residence in Palermo, Torino, and Urago d’Oglio. The car was known and recognized by the Automobile Club d’Italia for many years and, in 2013, it was purchased by the current owner, a Swiss classic car connoisseur. It has remained in his prestigious collection ever since. Originally equipped with a four-liter engine, this Mistral was fitted at some time with the current 3.7-liter engine.

This Mistral is accompanied by a detailed file that includes its original Automotoclub Storico Italiano (ASI) card, shipping notice, Maserati Certificate of Origin, and original Italian registration paperwork listing every owner since new. Presented in its original colors, this consummate tourer remains in largely unrestored condition. It would however benefit from a sympathetic restoration to become the ultimate amico for open-road touring.