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1975 Maserati Bora

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1975 Maserati Bora 4.9L

Chassis No. AM117/US*916*
Engine No. AM107/11/49*916* (Matching Numbers)

One of just 275 4.9 Liter Bora's produced
Matching-Numbers, US-delivered example

• Verified by a complete set of Maserati Classiche Records
Finished in striking Blu Ischia Metallizzato over Connolly Blu and Black Leather upholstery with Black Wilton Wool Carpeting
• Further equipped with Campagnolo alloy wheels, and desirable manual-shift, 5-Speed ZF transaxle
Iconic Styling by Giorgetto Giugiaro's Italdesign

Maserati's first mid-engine V8 Supercar

• Featured innovations like hydraulically operated headlights and seat/pedal box adjustments, telescoping and movable steering wheel, and a 177mph Top Speed
AM117/US*916* was manufactured in April 1975

• Sold new through Maserati Automobiles of 12615 Beatrice Street, Los Angeles, California
• Wearing Bianco Polo Park (White) paintwork over Pelle Bleu (Blue Connolly Leather)
• With (x5) Campagnolo Cast Wheels, 5-Speed ZF Gearbox, Tool Kit and Standard Accessories
Known, Limited Ownership since the 1990s

40,200 Believed Original Miles

2017-2018 Cosmetic Restoration by Michaelian Restoration, Inc.

• Highly Documented with Invoices, Nearly $40,000 Invested
Rebuilt original engine and other mechanical systems refurbished by Specialty Car Solutions in 2019
• Highly Documented with Invoices, $48,500 invest with Specialty Car Solutions 2019-2020
Spring 2022 Inspection, Scheduled Service & Extensive Detailing

Supported by an Original Use and Maintenance Manual, Matching Spare Tire Assembly, Tool Kit, Jack and Emergency Accessories

Accompanying Maserati Classiche Documentation:

1) A true copy of the original Final Test Data Sheet (document on parchment paper) - This is an original document which was compiled by the manager in charge of the tests when the car was produced. There you will find technical details about the engine, details about the engine test and (when available) information about external color, interior, keys and carpets.

2) A true copy of the original Delivery Note (document on parchment paper) - It's the original delivery note to the Dealership when the car left the factory.

3) A true copy of the original "End of line" Data Sheet (document on parchment paper) - This is an original document which was compiled by the manager in charge of the "end of line" when the car was completed.

4) A Document containing the Cars Technical and Aesthetic characteristics (document on parchment paper) – Including: Date of production, model, chassis number, engine number, displacement and fuel system, n° of cylinders, type of gearbox, type of body, rims, external color with code, interior with leather code, accessories.

5) The Certificate of Origin – An official document signed by a Maserati Authorized Representative, which contains: Date of production, factory name when the car was produced, model, chassis number, engine type, n° of cylinders, displacement, engine number, type of body. This document, due to the fact that it is signed by a Maserati Authorized Representative, is usually used as an "official" document when requested for special registration to "Classic" associations.

AM117/US*916* is believed to have been a long-term Californian resident prior to its documented stewardship from the early 1990s-onward with its previous Morgan Hill, CA caretaker. The Bora left the Golden State in 2017 when it was acquired by J. Napoli of Stuart, Florida. Prior to purchase, the Maserati had been the recipient of a cosmetic restoration, with further extensive work commissioned by Napoli in 2017-18. Finding a new home in 2019, the Bora's 4.9-liter V8 was the subject of thorough rebuild from the crank up. Attention to mechanical systems was extremely comprehensive and complete, with invoices meticulously detailing the $48,500 invested with Specialty Car Solutions from 2019-2020. Most recently, Maserati would receive a Spring 2022 inspection, scheduled service, and extensive detailing. All hydraulics, mechanical and electrical systems appear to be in proper working order, including the clock and recently restored correct Becker Europa II radio

Engine Compression per Cylinder:

120, 140, 140, 135, 130, 145, 140, 135 psi.

AM117/US*916* is an exceptional representative of the coveted Maserati Bora 4.9, presented and highly prepared to a level most Boras have yet to reach. Among the finest examples in extant and further supported by an original Use and Maintenance manual, matching spare tire assembly, tool kit, jack and emergency accessories.

The above vehicle information is accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. It is provided 'as-is', without warranties as to its accuracy, whether expressed or implied, and is intended for informational purposes only. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.

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