1995 Maserati Ghibli GT – Today’s Tempter

By: Alex Affat, Unique Cars magazine

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1995 Maserati Ghibli 1995 Maserati Ghibli

An incredibly stylish and affordable way into classic Italian ownership

After the original Maserati Ghibli ended production in 1973, the nameplate returned with the second-generation Ghibli arriving after a 19-year hiatus in 1992.

Gone was the curvaceous two-door aesthetics, and in its place was a thoroughly late-80s boxy-on-wheels.

Still retaining a 2+2 seating arrangement, the new Ghibli was both shorter and marginally thinner than its predecessor. Penned by Gandini (whose resume includes such greats as the Bugatti EB110 and the Lamborghini Miura), the second-generation Ghibli has aged quite well in our eyes. Everything retro and 80s is in, and the Ghibli’s box-styling possesses both a certain charm and road-presence.

On release, export-spec Ghibli’s received a larger 2.8lt twin-turbo V6, while the native Italian market was built with a 2.0lt twin-turbo unit. Gearbox options included a five-speed manual initially – then a six-speed from 1995 onwards, with a four=speed automatic available as an option throughout production.

This Ghibli here is a GT model, denoted by seven-spoke alloys, black headlight housings and gained upgrades to the suspension and transmission.

The car presents incredibly well, with its metallic blue paintwork visually hard to fault in photos; and the interior appears to be very well-kept with only minor wear visibly on the front seats and soft-leather areas around the centre console.

The car comes with log books and service history, and at $45,000 offers a very attainable entry-point into classic Italian ownership.

On offer by Autodelta in Western Australia, some details such as the odometer reading are not mentioned in the article, but the car could well be worth a look!

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