Highway mothership: 1969 Maserati Mexico

Back at the end of the sixties, there were very few options to ride fast and confrortable in a four seater car: one of those was for sure the Maserati Mexico. Expensive to buy and to maintain (other than to feed), it was powered by the most american of italian engines: a big twin cam… Read More Highway mothership: 1969 Maserati Mexico

Mystery car: 1965 Maserati “Mexico prototype” by Vignale

Here it comes another mystery car: an hybrid between  5000 GT and a Mexico; maybe closer to the last one but it carries the chassis number of the “noble” 5000 GT. The seller explains which is the origin of this car, so we report his own words: “1) The 5000GT # AM103*022* was originally manufactured… Read More Mystery car: 1965 Maserati “Mexico prototype” by Vignale

The Mexican: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint

As long as we can remember after 850 articles, this is the second Alfa coming from Mexico and residing in California: the first one was a Giulietta Spider while this is (chassis AR 1493.07413) a Sprint “Interim”: indeed it still retains some elements of the type 750 (instruments cluster, rear “airplane” license light) but most… Read More The Mexican: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint