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MASERATI
Mistral

1963 - 1970
Italy

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A total of 844 MASERATI Mistral have been produced on earth in Italy between 1963 and 1970.

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History of the MASERATI Mistral

The Maserati Mistral (Tipo AM109) is a 2-seat gran turismo produced by Italian car manufacturer Maserati between 1963 and 1970. The successor to the 3500 GT, it was styled by Frua and bodied by Maggiora of Turin. A total of 828 coupΓ©s and 125 Spyders were built.
Named after a cold northerly wind of southern France, it was also the first in a series of classic Maseratis to be given the name of a wind. The Mistral was succeeded by the Ghibli gran turismo, which overlapped production from 1967 on.
The Mistral is the last model from the Casa del Tridente (β€œHouse of the Trident”) to have the company's renowned twin-spark, double overhead cam straight six engine. Fitted to the Maserati 250F Grand Prix cars, this engine won eight Grand Prix between 1954 and 1960 and the F1 World Championship in 1957 driven by Juan Manuel Fangio. The engine featured hemispherical combustion chambers fed by a Lucas indirect fuel injection system, a new development for Italian car manufacturers. Maserati subsequently moved on to V8 engines for their later production cars to keep up with the demand for ever more powerful machines.
Three engine were fitted to the Mistral, displacing 3500, 3700 and 4000 cc and developing 235 bhp (175 kW) at 5500 rpm, 245 bhp (183 kW) at 5500 rpm and 265 bhp (198 kW) at 5200 rpm, respectively. Only the earliest of the Mistrals were equipped with the 3500 cc, the most sought after derivative is the 4000 cc model. Unusually, the body was offered in both aluminium and, from 1967, in steel, but no one is quite sure how many of each were built. The automobile was equipped with a standard five-speed ZF transmission and four-wheel solid disc brakes. Per Maserati practice, the front suspension was independent and the rear solid axle. Acceleration from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) for both the 3.7- and 4.0-liter engines was around or just under 7 seconds, and top speed approximately 140 mph (225 km/h) to 145 mph (233 km/h). When leaving the factory the car was originally fitted with Pirelli Cinturato 185VR16 CA67, then later 205VR15 tyres (CN72) on Borrani wire wheels. Only the Spyder received the 3500 engine; just 12 were made, along with 76 3.7 L and 37 4.0 L Spyders. 20 of the spyders built were right hand drive.
The body was designed by Pietro Frua and first shown in a preview at the Salone Internazionale dell'Automobile di Torino in November 1963. It is also often confused with the very similar looking but larger and more powerful Frua designed AC Frua.

Upgrades & Evolutions during the MASERATI Mistral production

πŸ”Έ MASERATI - Mistral : 1963 - 1970

πŸ”Έ MASERATI - Mistral Spyder : 1964 - 1969

πŸ”Ή Produced for each model year :

πŸ”Ή 1963 MASERATI - Mistral

πŸ”Ή 1964 MASERATI - Mistral

πŸ”Ή 1965 MASERATI - Mistral

πŸ”Ή 1966 MASERATI - Mistral

πŸ”Ή 1967 MASERATI - Mistral

πŸ”Ή 1968 MASERATI - Mistral

πŸ”Ή 1969 MASERATI - Mistral

πŸ”Ή 1970 MASERATI - Mistral

What are the MASERATI Mistral paint codes?

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Renovation tutorials for the MASERATI Mistral

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What is the average quotation of the MASERATI Mistral year by year?

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MASERATI Mistral quotations from DEC 2020 to AUG 2022

πŸ“‰ Cheapest quotation : US$76,500
Average quotation : US$130,222
πŸ“ˆ Most expensive quotation : US$230,000

The MASERATI Mistral has been produced in several configurations

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