3500 GTI - end of prod.
3500 GTI Sebring - end of prod.
Sebring - new model
5000 GT - end of prod.
Mexico 3700 J - prototype
Maserati offers four models namely two coupes and a convertible with 3.5 or 3.7 liter injection engine and the sedan with four-valveV-8 engine. While the Coupe Sebring has already existed for several years, the Coupe Due Posti has only recently been added. A peculiarity of the very low, elegantly drawn two-seater is the huge window in the flat rear. Maserati's most notable novelty, however, is a four-door salono Quattroporte. This luxury vehicle, presumably the fastest in its kind in the world, has a V8 engine derived from the earlier 450 S racing machine. 4 camshafts and 4 Weber carburetors are among the specialties of this exquisite engine. The body comes from Frua. These elegant and sophisticated high performance cars are surprisingly easy to steer, shift and brake.
Last 2 of 5000 GT were made this year with Touring and Frua bodywork. 34 were built.
Sebring series II have redesigned headlights surrounds, wrap around front indicators and side venti ports moved just behind top of wheel arches. Rear lights also are changed from vertical to horizontal.
348 of series I were made.
Built in May 1965 on the same tubular chassis as the 3500GT (2600 mm wheelbase), prototype Mexico is fitted with the six cylinder 3.7-litre Lucas fuel injected engine as fitted to the Mistral.
3500 GTI (R6 cyl, 3485 cm³, 236 cv) - end of prod.
3500 GTI (R6 cyl, 3485 cm³, 235 cv) - end of prod.
Sebring (R6 cyl, 3692 cm³, 245 cv) - new model
Sebring series I
series II – British June advert.
Mistral (R6 cyl, 3692 cm³, 245 cv)
Quattroporte (V8 cyl, 4136 cm³, 260 cv)
5000 GT (V8 cyl, 4941 cm³, 340 cv) - end of prod.
# 103.090 Touring
# 103.100 Frua
5000 GT #103.090 by Touring
3700 J (R6 cyl, 3692 cm³) - prototype
3700 J by Frua
Tipo 151 (V8 cyl, 4941 cm³) - end of prod. (1962-65 - 3 ex.)
Tipo 65 (V8 cyl, 5055 cm³) - new model (1965-65 - 1 ex.)
Entries and results:
| 24h Le Mans 20.06.1965
Maserati Tipo 65, chassis #65002, engine: 5054 cm³ (Jo Siffert / Jochen Neerpasch) at 24h Le Mans, J. H. (Johnny Simone).