2010 QP V GTS - 397miles

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I take it that it was in some collectors garage with miles that low. Surprised it wasn’t up for more with that garage as they have had some stock that has been vastly over priced. Delivery miles car .... bet there aren’t many more of those...if any.
 
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That's an interesting thought RWC....You have a point...At 42k it isn't over priced for a delivery mileage car and even if it had 15k on the clock surly it would still fetch strong money.....
 
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That's an interesting thought RWC....You have a point...At 42k it isn't over priced for a delivery mileage car and even if it had 15k on the clock surly it would still fetch strong money.....
Not sure it is in the most desirable colour combo....
 
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This would have been about £100k as a new car from memory. So I think it’s fantastic value for money at £42k for effectively a new now GTS just recommissioned and serviced by a main dealer. Exterior colour is not going to be the most popular, but I could live with it, but I love the interior.
 

dickygrace

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This would have been about £100k as a new car from memory. So I think it’s fantastic value for money at £42k for effectively a new now GTS just recommissioned and serviced by a main dealer. Exterior colour is not going to be the most popular, but I could live with it, but I love the interior.
Agree with you, I love Fuji too, but for anyone that didn’t, it’s probably the perfect car to wrap any colour you desire. It would protect the paintwork which should be as new anyway, and top wrapping companies will only guarantee the paint is 100% when it is removed if it’s factory paint, which this car should be. The interior would probably go well with most colours too, hmmmm, a Victory Blu QP GTS... I think I’ve convinced myself...
 

dickygrace

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I dislike cars like this, it's value is in the fact it has not been used which goes against my philosophy of cars are to be driven.
Its value would be £35k or more had it done 25k-35k miles anyway so if the car is spot on, which is the key, then it’s a bargain as Robert says. The fact that it is for sale rather than being kept by the owner is the great thing. Pence per mile is eye-watering. Depreciation free daily is very tempting.
 
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FF1078

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#19
Does the 4.7 in the gran turismo have a flat plane crank?
I didn't know any Masser had a flat plane crank but then again I've never owned a QP
 
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V. Tempted...but need to sell a house first...two mortgages is rather restrictive and I need to find the oak frame garage too.