Maserati 1960

3500 GT
5000 GT

December UK advert.

Disc brakes, a limited slip differential and Borrani knock-on wire wheels are standard for 3500 GT. Vignale Spyder on the shortened chassis went into full production early this year. Mechanically it follows the same upgrades as the 3500GT.


3500 GT

3500 GT (R6 cyl, 3485 cm³, 220 cv)
   Touring Coupé
   Vignale Spyder

3500 GT Spyder Vignale

Earls Court Motor Show report.

3500 GT Coupe Touring


5000 GT

5000 GT (V8 cyl, 4937 cm³, 325 cv) - end of prod.
5000 GT (V8 cyl, 4941 cm³, 340 cv) - new model
   #103.006 Monterosa (08-03-1960)

5000 GT (#103.006) with coachwork by Monterosa.

The only 5000GT built this year has modified engine (stoke and bore, valve timing) with Lucas fuel injection system


Tipo 60 (R4 cyl, 1990 cm³) - end of prod. (1959-60 - 6 ex.)
Tipo 61 (R4 cyl, 2890 cm³) - end of prod. (1959-60 - 17 ex.)

Zwycięstwo (Moss/ Gurney) w 1000km Nürburgring (D).

Tipo 61 „Bird-cage” entered into Le Mans by Camoradi.
AFTER ITS WIN in the Nurburgring 1,000km race when driven by Moss, the Camoradi-entered 2,890 c.c. " bird-cage " Maserati, of which three are entered, must rank as one of the pre-race favourites. Also, driven by Moss, this car, it will be recalled, built up a 30-mile lead after eight hours' racing at Sebring, before it was eliminated by gearbox trouble. It is quite one of the ugliest sports cars ever produced, but it has several intriguing features. The space frame is built up of a multitude of small diameter tubes, and a low bonnet height is achieved by installing the engine at an angle of 45deg. This has enabled the regulation height of windscreen to be obtained with a comparatively low overall height. The rear end with the five-speed, transversely mounted gearbox in unit with the final drive and de Dion rear axle is derived from the Maserati 250F Grand Prix car.