Maserati Sebring 3.7

Maserati Sebring 3.7

1965 to 1968

The 3.7 litre power unit, first introduced with the Mistral, was now available in the Sebring, alongside a 4 litre version (see Sebring 4.0). Power was up from 220 to 245 hp.

Stylistically, the modifications included a restyled front end with a chrome plate housing the double headlights, a new bonnet intake and the side vents were now located higher up on the front wings. Wire wheels were still available upon request. A combined total of 245 second series Sebrings were assembled.

Technical specifications

Model Sebring 3.7
Maserati internal code AM101/10
Production start 1965
Number Produced 245 (combined with 2nd series production)
Ignition twin-plug, coil ignition
Lubrication single oil pump forced lubrication, total draining
Transmission 5-speed + reverse synchronised
Chassis tubular steel ladder-frame platform chassis
Front suspension double wishbones, coil springs, telescopic dampers and anti-roll bar
Rear suspension longitudinal leaf springs, hydraulic telescopic dampers and anti-roll bar
Brakes servo-assisted discs, hydraulic dual circuit
Steering worm and sector
Cooling system water-cooled, centrifugal pump
Length 175.98 inches (4,470 mm)
Width 65.55 inches (1,665 mm)
Height 51.18 inches (1,300 mm)
Wheelbase 100.39 inches (2,550 mm)
Front track 54.7 inches (1,390 mm)
Rear track 54.3 inches (1,380 mm)
Dry weight 3,351 lbs (1,520 Kg)
Tyres front/rear 185x16 Pirelli
Wheels wire wheels, 6.00x16
Top speed 150 mph (240 kmh)
Bodywork two-door, 2+2 berlinetta
Fuel tank 16 Imperial gallons (70 litres)
Production dates 1962-1968
Engine straight 6
Bore and stroke 86 x 106 mm
Total displacement 3,692 cc
Compression ratio 8.08.01
Maximum power 245 bhp at 5,500 rpm
Timing gear two valves per cylinder, twin overhead camshafts
Fuel feed free induction with Lucas indirect fuel injection