One would think if you were trying to sell a high-end sports car you could at least center the car in the photo? Oh well, the exterior looks in excellent condition...at least from the pictures supplied anyway. Nothin' says Italian like red on a sport coupe!
The seller states an extensive service history is supplied with the car...and therein lies the likely reason this beauty has been for sale for over a month now at the listed price. These cars were built in low quantities and parts are supplied accordingly. In other words, expect yearly maintenance costs to approach 25% of the purchase price. With depreciation hitting so hard, could this model be destined down the same road as Porsche's ultimate GT cruiser, the 928? Is there a future for these Maserati grand touring machines? 928's are bouncing back now, how much farther can these go? Let's hear it from the readers, tell us what you think!
When not receiving complaints of "distracted by cars...again" from his wife, Glenn can be found in the kitchen whipping up exotic cuisine and nourishing nosh.