Some details:

-Initially, the Sebring used a 3.5-litre inline six-cylinder engine from the 3500GT.
-Later models employed a 3.7-litre engine (the capacity increased by lengthening the stroke)
-Later still, a 4-litre engine was adopted
-These days, the best examples can fetch around 100,000 euros.



Source: Classic Driver

Category: Weekend

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One Response to “A Declaration of Love for the 1962 Maserati Sebring”

  1. 14L Diesel says:

    Barry – I see a lot of Triumph TR6 with hardtop in the side profile. As the Triumph came later I would suggest that the Maserati provided some inspiration.