The Maroon 5 vocalist made a million-dollar purchase for an exclusive Maserati Ghibli 4.9 Spyder. However, he did not purchase the original model.
Adam Levine is in the middle of a legal dispute with a luxury vintage car dealer in the United States. This after the acquisition of a Maserati Ghibli 4.9 Spyder, whose papers were adulterated.
According to what was exposed by the New York Post, it was supposedly one of the 25 cars of that model that had come out in 1971.
The transaction was carried out in 2020, the year in which one of the singer’s companies, the Adam Levine Living Trust. made the transfer of a 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 and a second 1968 Ferrari 365 GTC, more than $100,000, for the other collector’s vehicle.
The transaction was carried out at the Rick Cole dealership in Los Angeles, one of the most famous in California. However, over time he discovered that the car’s documentation was not correct.
Specifically, Levine acquired the Maserati Ghibli 4.9 Spyder with the serial number AM115.492.1241, but the truth is that this particular model belongs to another owner.
It is about the British collector Clive Joy, while the original has been in Switzerland for several years, under the care of Christian Trabe.
Due to the above, the singer and his company filed a lawsuit against the concessionaire for falsehood, breach of contract and fraudulent concealment.
The team adds that, for the moment, they have severe doubts regarding the authenticity of the vehicle, assuring that the chassis would not be original from Maserati either.
Therefore, the Maroon 5 vocalist asked the United States District Court to declare the sale invalid.