Rare designer Maserati Mexico coupe with movie-star provenance

Many of you who love classic Italian cars probably have concluded that it is way too late to even think about buying a classic 1950s or ‘60s coachbuilt Italian sports/GT car.

Well, if you think outside the box a bit, there are a few amazing Italian cars left that are still attainable. You have to look, but they do exist.

The Pick of the Day is a perfect fit for this category, a 1967 Maserati Mexico, advertised by a San Diego dealer on ClassicCars.com.

Maserati

The Mexico was named in honor of the model’s first owner

This car also has a strong celebrity connection, having been owned by internationally renowned actor Sir Laurence Olivier. The Maserati also had a movie role, driven by Tommy Lee Jones in The Betsy.

Yet the asking price is relatively modest compared with most

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