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First off, I know this is in the wrong section, but the Vintage area is pretty quiet.

Now, over the weekend I went to Chicago. In the garage at Continental Ferrari, was a Maserati 3500GTE (in front of an Enzo, no less :lol: ). What caught my eye about it was when I looked at the back of it, I at first thought I was looking at a California Spider. I am interested to know more about this model, because I don't know much about classic Maserati's (or anything for that matter :p ).

Any responses help.
 

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Thank you Andrew. That is a good start. Any info is what I'm looking for. Sorry I don't know the year, there wasn't anyone in the garage to ask because I wasn't even supposed to be back there. :lol: I would like to know the rarity of this vehicle, perhaps it was a once in a lifetime occurrence, the significance of this model...I don't know. Anything helps, honestly.
 

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Do you mean 3500 GT or GTI? I haven't heard of a GTE. That's Ferrari nomenclature.

There are plenty of places to learn about the 3500 GT but this is an interesting place where I like to spend some time: The Maserati 3500 GT and GTI registry
 

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Wow - revival of a dead thread after over 16 years. That has to be a new record for the stupid 'recommended reading' trap. And as I look at it now, the most recent 'recommended' post below this thread is from 5 years ago (the rest 8-12 years old).
The top sticky for the whole forum should be to check the original post date (and/or last post date) of anything you read before posting a reply.... and either don't, or start a new thread with something more relevant. And use the search feature for past knowledge or something specific. Sorry if I sound harsh, this is a constant issue across 4 or 5 forums I read daily.
 

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Wow, you're right! It was from the recommended reading list. Thought it was a recent topics list. That's the way it used to be, anyway. I guess old dogs can't learn new tricks......or new forum formats.
 
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