1972 Maserati Boomerang Concept Prototype

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1972 Maserati Boomerang Concept Prototype

Maserati Boomerang

Christie’s Lot #40, Paris, France, 2/12/2005 – sold for €721,750


Starred in Turin, Geneva, Paris, London, and Barcelona motor shows, then stayed in Spain until 1980 when “rediscovered” outside Benidorm night club. Restoration completed in 1990, then shown from Bagatelle to Pebble Beach. Excellent panel fit, very good paint with few visible flaws- some bubbling at corner under right taillight, small drip on right side vent behind door. Worn window felts, some curb rash on rear alloy wheels. Very good interior, with some scratches on dashboard and instrument binnacle. Some sun-fading on door panel leather.

Stunning Giugiaro designed showcar that influenced the Lotus Esprit, first VW Golf, and a host of others. Sold at Christie’s February 2002 Retromobile sale for $627,923. Seems like a healthy profit, but when viewed in Euros, about the same price in 2002 as now. Since ’02, has reportedly seen $37k worth of mechanical and electrical work to bring to full roadworthy condition. More likely to be displayed than driven, however. A good investment on the seller’s side, a unique piece of automotive history for the buyer.

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  1. car_hire_Ferrari March 1, 2009 at 9:46 am

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and many collectors will want this for display.

  2. car_hire_Ferrari March 1, 2009 at 5:46 pm

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and many collectors will want this for display.

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