A one-of-22, Carrozzeria Allemano-bodied Maserati 5000GT Indianapolis Coupe

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Shopping for a ‘60s Italian GT, but want something more exclusive than a Ferrari? How about this 1961 Maserati 5000GT Indianapolis Coupe?

Notable former 5000GT owners include Briggs Cunningham, Ferdinando Innocenti and King Saud of Saudi Arabia. Also notable? The price: When new, the car cost some $14,000–roughly $141,000 in today’s money.

Only 34 examples of the 5000GT were built, though this one is the very first of only 22 to receive a body penned by Carrozzeria Allemano. Unique features on this first model include the unique “Indianapolis” badge on the rear fender plus a different grille design and dashboard arrangement.

Powering the Maserati is the company's 5.0-liter, quad-cam V8 engine that’s backed by a 4-speed ZF manual gearbox. The seller also notes that the car has been refinished in its original colors and retains its numbers-matching engine.

Find this 1961 Maserati 5000GT Indianapolis Coupe for sale from Fantasy Junction for $1,395,000.

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