1960 MASERATI 3500 GT SPYDER

In the late fifties, Maserati was in trouble, having sunk most of its cash into its race cars. But it found a savior in the 3500 GT.

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In the late fifties, Maserati was in trouble, having sunk most of its cash into its race cars. But it found a savior in the 3500 GT. Although the model was introduced in 1957, the best-loved version, the Spyder, hit the market in 1960 and had the iconic Vignale bodywork. The limited supply—the company produced only 250 Spyders during the initial run—means that museum-quality specimens can cost up to $275,000. Ian Daly

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