This 1960 Maserati 3500 GT was born with a Grigio (grey) color and it has seen much better days. It seems a car forgotten for several decades among nature elements and it carries all the pain of such negligence. The seller says that what you see is what you get: so, whatching the photos, you don’t get much.
Floors are plenty of rust which means many, many working hours to fix them. Several holes can be spotted close to door sills and a small part of the floor is missing. The twin-spark Engine, carbs and distributor are there but many ancillaries are missing.
Interiors look empty: the seller says that seats and instruments are missing; however many bits and parts are still with the car albeit they’re disassembled. This is the typical car which, both for the amount of work required and for the knowledge needed to do it, will need a restoration which will for sure break the $100K threshold. Find it for sale here in Bethel, CT, with bidding at $15,000 and reserve not met.