This desirable Series I Maserati Sebring was built in 1963 and delivered new to Bologna, Italy.
235 bhp, DOHC inline six-cylinder engine with indirect fuel injection, five-speed manual transmission, anti-roll bar, and four-wheel disc brakes. All that was state of the art in 1963.
After its original delivery in Italy, this Maserati was purchased by Joe Turley, then Chief Engineer of Buick, who owned it for over twenty years until his death.
Bit and pieces of things were changed over the years but a few years ago, Skip McCabe of McCabe Automotive Restoration of Mundelein, Illinois, fully restore the Maserati to its original configuration.
It was refinished in its original color combination of Amaranto with a new interior featuring black Connolly leather and Wilton wool carpets.
The car was purchased by its current owner two years ago, and it has remained in his collection in the Northeast ever since. In his custody, the restoration has been well preserved, and the car has been maintained as necessary.
I've been in and out of this car and it looks fabulous, drives wonderfully, and is a great alternative to a Ferrari 250 series car, like a PF coupe.
The car comes with an extensive history file that includes documents from Joe Turlay’s ownership, the Bill of Sale from Sasamotors IN ITALY, shipping invoice from Italy to the US, and numerous restoration receipts, and has been fully Maserati Classiched.