There are a lot of great cars on the market today. There are even some beautiful ones. But there' just something about the lines of a classic that can't be matched or imitated. This 1969 Maserati Ghibli 4.7 is a perfect example.
It's also a near-perfect example of the Ghibli. A European model that's not quite up to concourse quality, it's perfect for us, anyway: it's a driver. Beyond the classic Giugiaro-designed exterior lines and gorgeous Celeste Chiarro color, the interior is a simple affair with black leather, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, and a few gauges and toggle switches.
The body is in great shape and the seller says all of the chrome and trim are, too. Five Star alloy wheels, a factory four-tip Ansa exhaust, and, of course, the 4.7-liter Weber-carbed V-8 engine. The engine was rated at 335 horsepower from the factory, and given the condition of this example, it's likey that all of those ponies are still there.