Another survivor here: this is not Maserati but a “humble” Alpine 310 which, on the other side, looks in even better condition than the Mistral.
The Alpine 310 built in 1974 (344 cars built that year) was equipped with a four cylinders Gordini engine with a displacement of 1605 c.c., fed by a fuel injection and producing 125 hp: if this power seems low for today standards, remember that this car had the same weight-power ration than a contemporary Porsche 911 T 2.4 which was not considered a slow car.
The seller says that this car has been stored during the last 30 years, now he did some work like replacing the water cooler, brake pump, clutch pump, fuel pump, brake pads and not only.Actually the car looks the typical “time capsule”: paint slightly faded but good and very nice interiors as long as the engine bay. Not bad at all. Find it for sale at €30,000 (today $32,000) here in Napoli, Italy.