An Italian sports car with four doors and a rear seat was as unimaginable then as Porsche building an SUV would be years later
Chassis number: 1071462
One of the world’s fastest luxury saloons of its day, this early Quattroporte was first registered on September 29, 1967 with the cherished number plate ‘YP 6’ by Maserati Concession of Holland Park Avenue, London W1. The current vendor purchased the car in 2005 from Anthony Hartley, and a full list of all previous owners is available for inspection. Over the period 2008–2009, the Maserati underwent extensive refurbishment, with the engine, suspension, brakes and air conditioning being overhauled by marque specialists Bill McGrath Maserati. In addition, the interior has been retrimmed by Kish Executive of Sunderland, the body having been restored and repainted during previous ownership. Finished in red with gray interior, the car is described as in generally excellent condition and offered with old-style logbook, MoT/tax to May 2012, Swansea V5 document and sundry restoration/service invoices.