During its seven year production run, the 3500GT became an established member of the sporting elite, with the coupé taking the lion’s share of sales. But the lighter Vignale-bodied Spider was every bit as capable as its hard-top sister car, sitting on a shortened wheelbase. During its production run, it was regularly upgraded, gaining front disc brakes and Borani wire wheels in 1959 and a five-speed gearbox the following year. In 1961 the 3500GT also gained Lucas fuel injection. A handful of one-offs were also produced, and are now fabulously valuable.
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The MASERATI 3500GT Spyder release date is to be announced on Convertible.