It’s got a “Hoffmeister” kink, but little else in common with our coupes. Sure is pretty. Curious if the spike in e9’s will effect other Euro GT coupes.
I agree....or it was by committee."Maybe something like the 64 Mustang...and I have these tailights from a VW Squareback...and some bumperettes from a bmw 1600...and back glass, I sort of like the Ford Fairmont...."
Actually quite an interesting story behind the name. In 1961 the President of Mexico took delivery of a Maserati. He later sold it to another Mexican citizen, who, unfortunately crashed it. The car was sent back to Italy for repair where they replaced the engine and fitted it with a new Michelotti designed body. When on display at the Geneva Motor show in 1966, reaction was so positive that Maserati decided to put this model in production. Eventually making 482 examples. In recognition of the first 2 owners of this chassis, the model was called Mexico.It seems really well bought, especially with what has been transpiring on BAT as of late. And for whatever reason, I love that it's called a "Mexico." It's not something you would think an Italian car company would name a car. It brings you back to the old Mexico races but this car wouldn't seem like a car that would be raced in one of those, that's why, in a weird way, I love it. It drew me in as well before I saw this post, not a car you see everyday and the Blue with the Red interior looks "smashing".......yes, I said, "smashing"...LOL