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Thread: Dimensions of a 4200?

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    Senior Member Chrisbassett's Avatar
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    Carpet on the wall where the doors open is a must with those dimensions!
    Now:
    A lot of work ahead...if I'm going to have me an Alfieri Spyder.

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    And compered to a 3200GT there b@oody heavy!

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunnah01 View Post
    What cars have you managed to fit previously?
    This is a garage I am renting. Never used it before.

    Current: Aston Martin V8 Vantage. Mazda MX5 mk1 (track days)

    Previous: Maserati Coupe 4200 (2004) Sebring Blu

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    Senior Member Spartacus's Avatar
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    Just working out if my GS will fit in my garage . Its going to be tight , and ill have to go to the launrette to wash my clothes from now on . ha ha

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    Martyn

    Current Cars: 2007 Maserati Gransport LE, Audi Allroad Quattro

    Previous Cars: Alfa Brera S Prodrive, Alfa GTV Phase 3, Alfa 156 2.0 Twin Spark, Classic Opel GT (1971), BMW 318 Coupe, Golf Mk 3 GTI, Audi 90 2.2

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    Senior Member zagatoes30's Avatar
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    Are you designing on an Etch A Sketch?

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    1982 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2.0, 1991 Alfa Romeo SZ,1996 Alfa Romeo 155 Q4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus View Post
    Stunning cars, these Maserati, and looking like that you're onto a Pebble Beach winner
    Stevie

    Current:
    "Myfanwy" 2006 GS Spyder LE - winner of all the Maserati as the car most desirable to drive home (2017 Maserati Concours)
    "Lottie" - 2001 Saab 93 Cab (rather different under the skin thanks to Abbott Motorsport)
    "Alison" - 2006 Ford Focus 5dr ST3

    Past:
    "Ilaria Amedea" - 2002 Spyder CC
    1995 Nissan Micra 5dr 1.0

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    Senior Member MrPea's Avatar
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    Sounds like you have similar dimensions to my garage. Width is no problem - with carpeted walls and always hanging a microfibre towel over the door edge. You're probably slimmer than me too.
    Stevie

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    "Myfanwy" 2006 GS Spyder LE - winner of all the Maserati as the car most desirable to drive home (2017 Maserati Concours)
    "Lottie" - 2001 Saab 93 Cab (rather different under the skin thanks to Abbott Motorsport)
    "Alison" - 2006 Ford Focus 5dr ST3

    Past:
    "Ilaria Amedea" - 2002 Spyder CC
    1995 Nissan Micra 5dr 1.0

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    Well i've now worked out a way to keep my tumble dryer and freezer in the garage as my lodger said it would keep him awake in his bedroom . Two lengths of 4x2" on joist hangers each end with a shelf on top . It a tight squeeze , but i recon its a goer ;P If it a bit tight above the bonnet ill have to let the tyres down .

    ...and iv made the car look a bit more car shaped for you auto erotics . I may have to cut a hole in the garage door for my new louder exhaust project though

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    Martyn

    Current Cars: 2007 Maserati Gransport LE, Audi Allroad Quattro

    Previous Cars: Alfa Brera S Prodrive, Alfa GTV Phase 3, Alfa 156 2.0 Twin Spark, Classic Opel GT (1971), BMW 318 Coupe, Golf Mk 3 GTI, Audi 90 2.2

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    That's not an exhaust...........It's an anti-wheelie bar!!
    Past Italian Cars

    Fiat Uno Turbo (mk1) Red
    Fiat Barchetta (mk 1) Red
    Alfa Romeo 75 (T-Spark LE) Met Black
    Alfa Romeo 156 ( 2000) Silver
    Lancia Montecarlo Coupe (mk 1) Champagne Gold
    Lancia Montecarlo Spyder (mk1) Red

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    If its a standard length garage it will fit.

    A GT Fits in a standard length garage. Apparently.
    Gran Turismo Sport MC Shift in Blu Nettuno

    Previous Italian Mistresses
    Maserati 4200 in Grigio Nuvolari
    Alfa Romeo GT 1.9 JTDM in Nero
    Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 TS in Rosso
    Alfa Romeo 147 2.0 TS in Nero
    Alfa Romeo 147 1.6 TS in Blu

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