Maserati introduced the Ghibli grand tourer in 1969, with stunning bodywork by Ghia. Riding on a shortened tube frame chassis shared with other models in the Maserati lineup and powered by a 4.7-liter V8, the Ghibli was a worthy rival to fellow Italians Ferrari and Lamborghini's GT cars. The Ghibli SS debuted in 1969 with a larger 4.9-liter V8 and a 174 MPH top speed — the fastest road-going Maserati ever made. This 1972 Ghibli comes in a rare blue over white color combination and has been driven over 72,000 miles in its lifetime. With a recent restoration and classic looks, this is one of the best Maseratis to own.