The Maserati Mexico (Tipo AM112) is a luxurious 4-seater grand touring coupé that bears the heritage of Italian automotive craftsmanship. Manufactured by Maserati between 1966 and 1972, this automotive masterpiece shares its lineage with the revered AM107 Maserati Quattroporte. Powering this elegant ride are the robust 4.2-liter and 4.7-liter V8 engines. A mere 485 Maserati Mexicos were brought to life, with 175 graced by the formidable 4.7-liter engine and 305 later models featuring the 4.2-liter engine from 1969 onwards. Our spotlight falls upon a unique 4.2-litre example, chassis number AM112*854*, born in July 1970 for the discerning Italian market. This exceptional vehicle found its way to Germany in 1977. In 2014, it was a labour of love by a devoted German enthusiast that saved this Maserati Mexico from obscurity. It was part of an extraordinary collection of three Mexico’s, each in varying stages of restoration. Over the next four years, this automotive gem underwent an exhaustive, meticulously documented restoration process, adhering to the most exacting standards. It became a prominent figure in the global Maserati community and its various forums. An astonishing investment of close to €200,000 was poured into this project, ensuring that it stands out, especially in technical prowess. The restoration journey culminated in June 2018, and over the past five years, this masterpiece has been cherished and further enhanced, as needed, including a comprehensive inspection in July 2022. Cathedral Classics is now thrilled to present this exceptionally rare vehicle to the market. It’s a result of a painstaking, four-year, nut-and-bolt restoration, approaching perfection. While a few exterior refinements might be desired to bring it up to contemporary standards, the unwavering dedication invested in this project has yielded a stunning example that would be a prized addition to any collection, transcending borders and captivating enthusiasts worldwide.