In a secluded bay in the Mediterranean, where the waves meet the shore, stand the remains of an industrial building from another era. From inside the tunnel comes the roar of the muscular Maserati Sebring II, considered one of the most iconic coupes of all time.
It first appeared in 1965 as the successor to the 3500 GTIS Sebring, featuring redesigned headlights, new bumpers and new side grilles. Also, at the rear, the headlamps were now mounted horizontally rather than vertically. In the nearly four years that the Sebring II graced the Italian automaker’s lineup, it numbered a total of 245 production units.
Photos Courtesy of Virgiliu Andone