Not just one of the 125 Spyders but also the unique car supplied with a targa hardtop roof by Carrozzeria Pavesi Milano.
Pavesi was a small coachbuilder that specialised in modifications and Elaborazione. During the same period as the Ghibli, Pavesi carried out a similar modification to a Ferrari Daytona Spyder, the result being shown at the Paris Salon in 1969. Taking an original Spyder as the starting point, Pavesi built a frame around the hood aperture, adding a plexiglass rear window, then a stainless steel cover, then finally two removeable targa panels that could be stored in the boot. The restoration of this unique Maserati was completed by McGrath.