That looks amazing. I do like that period of car interior now everything is so dull. The blue coolant hoses **** me off though.Alfasud up for grabs. I reckon just over 10k will get it.
Simple, don't look under the bonnet.That looks amazing. I do like that period of car interior now everything is so dull. The blue coolant hoses **** me off though.
I happened to be at Bicester today so went and had a look at this. Stickers in the windscreen suggested a car that had spent much of its life parked on the streets of London and it looked it in many ways with tired paint in places. Interior looked OK aside from what looked like a repaired cigarette burn on the driver seat alcantara. Horrible phone aerial on roof. Headlamps need a polish. Wheels had been refurbed but not well and wrong colour I think. Brake discs rusty (may clean with use). Worst of all were 4 mismatched and cracked tyres, two of which were a make I had never heard of. I can never understand a prestige and performance car (or any car for that matter) being shod with ****. I did not check the history but the tyres would suggest economies likely taken. Overall the car looked more than its miles but I am sure could be easily improved and a nice car is in there (though I also didn't crawl underneath).LHD so how much then?
The GranSport MC Victory was released to celebrate both Maserati’s triumph in the 2005 FIA GT Manufacturer’s Cup and the MC12’s victory in the FIA GT Championship. This is number 16 of just 180 examples produced. The model features blue-threaded carbon-fibre front and rear spoilers, front...www.historics.co.uk
If that sale price is accurate it’s about what Nuvola had it up for retail and with a warranty.As an aside the saleroom was not a pleasant place with intimidating behaviour from some groups trying to stop others bidding on certain cars. Disappointing.
I think we only got them with the S54 engine in the UK, they didn’t sell the lesser ones here.You don’t see this often, especially with the S54 engine. I had one of these and as per my signature, this is the one I should never have sold. Worth looking at, it’s such a fun car to drive and with its quirky looks it’s a real standout without shouting out too much. They also keep value if condition is good. I sold mine after 5 years for nearly what I bought it for new.
Pre 2001 they were S52, then they had a small series of S54 with a few small differences which came out when the new M3 of that time came out - it was a bit of an afterthought, they were thinking of discontinuing but then decided to go ahead and put the new engine in. Mine was one of a special series of 25 (South Africa only, rare as hens teeth now) with AC Schnitzer wheels, suspension, short shifter and exhaust. So the S54 is pretty rare and the one to have.I think we only got them with the S54 engine in the UK, they didn’t sell the lesser ones here.
Ah, in Europe you might have had the S50 - the S52 was the US version of the S50. So replace S52 with S50 in my post. I was hanging out on the US forum hence my memory of the S52..Are you sure? The s52 is the American M3 engine is it not? We didn’t get that in the uk.
The QP had a starting price yesterday of £50 but details to follow. Wonder if the rest of the bits are in the boot?Couple of interesting bits at ACA
QP1 for resto
Biturbo Spyder for resto
3500 GT Spyderat RM Sotheby’s
The Scia Da Persia is up for sale again (I like it - but I am weird)
•The only Sciàdipersia coupé built •Only one owner •Complete with its original luggage •Registered in Italy and less than 11,500 km from newwww.bonhams.com