Buy it Now is $34,000 with bidding at $24,100 already. Car is located in San Diego. With some work, it looks like it could be brought back to a driver without going through the expense of restoration. The owner says it’s solid with no rust, just beat to hell paint from Arizona sun. My words, not his. I’m loving the straight exhaust pipes and the tan leather bucket seats.
“Up for Auction is a barn find 1967 Maserati Mexico Coupe. This is an unrestored original car. This car has been stored in Arizona since at least 1981 when the previous owner bought the car. He drove it for a few years and then put it away while it was running and driving. I bought the car with the intention of restoring this fine GT back to its original glory, but other projects have taking priority. The car wears its original Burgundy paint and a tan leather interior. The desert sun took its toll on the paint and the interior, but the body is rust free with the floors, rockers and trunk in solid condition. There are a few dents from storage on the fenders but its appears to not have been in any accident. The interior is complete and correct. The motor is also complete but has not been started, but it does turn. The mileage I would guess is original even though the last Arizona title does not indicate it. This is an excellent example of an unmolested car the would make a nice straight forward restoration project for the Maserati enthusiast. You will not be looking all over the world for parts for this rare ultra low production GT sports car.”