Maserati Mistral

1969 Maserati Mistral: A cold wind from the South of France gave its name to Maserati’s new car of the early Sixties, the Maserati Mistral. Presented at the 1963 Turin Motor Show, the Mistral is the last Maserati in history to be fitted with the dual ignition, twin camshaft six cylinder engine derived from Juan Manuel Fangio’s 250 F. 955 of these cars were built. Launched with the 3500 GT’s 3.5 litre engine, the Mistral was later also offered with two other engines, a 245 horsepower 3.7 litre and a 255 horsepower 4.0 litre; all engines were combined with a five-speed manual gearbox.

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