1964 – 1969
As convertible cars go, the Mistral Spyder was the successor to the 3500 GT Spyder, presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1964. Again, Giovanni Michelotti found a way to enhance the Mistral’s already elegant design, without losing character, even when the distinctive glass surfaces got removed. Just like the 3500 GT Spyder, the body – built by Vignale in Turin – was made of steel, while the doors, the bonnet and the boot lid were in light alloy. 125 Mistral Spyders were produced and today they are among the rarest and most sought-after classic Maserati grand touring cars.