Named after Maserati’s two Indy 500 race wins in 1939 & 1940, the Maserati Indy was first shown in prototype form at the Turin Motor Show in 1968 with the first production cars going on sale in March 1969.
A sleek looking Coupé with pop-up headlights it was powered by a 4.2 litre V8 engine with 4 down-draught Weber carburettors producing 260 bhp. It was a true GT or Gran Turismo car, able to comfortably seat four people and their luggage whilst capable of a top speed of 155 mph.
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