Maserati 350S is a racing car produced triplicate by the Italian automaker Maserati from 1955 to 1957.
Maserati 350S first appeared in 1955 and contains some attributes of the Maserati 300S, including the chassis and inline 6-cylinder engine with a displacement of 3485cc. This is the same engine that will be used by the future GT 2 +2, the Maserati 3500 GT.
Stirling Moss will be an accident at the wheel (chassis No. 3501) at the Mille Miglia in 1956, it was later renumbered 4501 and become the first 450S. The second model (chassis No. 3502), similar to the first, is designed to be purchased by Luigi Piotti but it will eventually Tony Parravano who will acquire in 1956. The model is the property of the State of Connecticut since 1974.
The last model (chassis No. 3503), produced in 1957, initially driven by the 6 cylinders to be replaced by a V12 3490cc developing 335hp at 9000 rev/min against 325hp 6 000 rev/min.