Disrupted: 1959 Maserati 3500 GT by Touring


We’ve seen many 3500 GT in need of a total restoration but this one wins the award for the specimen in the worst conditions on the market, at least of the last three years.


It is for sure a car abandoned many years outside so nature has taken his toll on the metal, then people have also cannibalized it taking off the engine (but leaving the transmission) and many other exterior and interior parts, leaving very few to restore.


The other things that come with the car are doors, bumpers, front complete grill, side grills, one seat, instruments, five 4.5 inches wide Borrani steel rims. Not much for a car which is very expensive to restore and even more, if so any parts, including the engine, are missing. Is this car worth a restoration? You know. Find it for sale at £62,999 (today $79,000) here in Roma, Italy.

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