Bodywork done: 1965 Maserati Sebring

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This beautiful (and underrated) 1965 Maserati Sebring RHD by Vignale has been disassembled for a total restoration which is clearly stalled. The seller says the the bodywork is done: we can believe it but we believe that is the only job done as well.

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Five Borrani rims are there and look good, although they show their age. These wheels should have been an optional back then.

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The fuel injected engine, along with the gearbox, is present but it’s clear that no overhauling has been performed. This could be the most expensive part of the remaining jobs.

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Looking at the seats, we can deduce that the car was in good conditions before being disassembled. This car should be stunning in a blue/grey color combo. The only limit could be the RHD which makes this car desirable only in few countries. Find it here for sale at £25,000 (today $40,000) in Devon county, UK.

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