A convertible version of the Mistral was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1964. It was an elegant interpretation by Giovanni Michelotti of the original coupe, with bodies built by Vignale in Turin. Mistral Spyders were predominately steel-bodied, with the hood, doors and trunk lid in aluminum. A very rare optional hardtop was also produced in aluminum. Only 124 units of the Mistral Spyder were produced, and today the model counts as one of most rare and sought-after classic Maserati GT cars.
|Data sheet||Mistral 3.5||Mistral 3.7||Mistral 4.0|
|Model code||Tipo AM109.A1||Tipo AM109.S1||Tipo AM109.SA1|
|Production years||1964 - 1966||1964 - 1969||1965 - 1969|
|Maserati era||Orsi family||Orsi family||Orsi family|
|Chassis||Tubular steel or aluminium ladder-frame platform chassis||Tubular steel or aluminium ladder-frame platform chassis||Tubular steel or aluminium ladder-frame platform chassis|
|Engine configuration||Straight 6, double overhead camshaft||Straight 6, double overhead camshaft||Straight 6, double overhead camshaft|
|Maximum power||235hp @ 5,800rpm||245hp @ 5,800rpm||265hp @ 5,200rpm|
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