A rare Maybach 57S Coupe built for Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi is up for sale through Dutch dealer Autoleitner, with an asking price of $1.16 million.
First spotted by Motor1, the two-door Maybach is one of eight produced by coachbuilder Xenatec. When the Maybach brand was first revived in 2002, the factory only offered a single four-door sedan model in standard-wheelbase 57 and long-wheelbase 62 guises, plus sportier S versions of both. Maybach did build the gothic Exelero coupe concept, but that never went into production.
Xenatec announced its Maybach coupe project in 2010, fairly late in the car’s lifespan (production ended in 2012). The company originally planned to do 100 conversions, but only eight were completed, according to the seller.
Maybach 57S Coupe built for Muammar Gaddafi (Photo by Autoleitner)
This car was commissioned by Gaddafi in 2010, but was delivered the following year due to
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