Another 2 Seater Strad for sale.

GeoffCapes

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LOL.....aha...but can you offer a nice downgrade option for him to keep his toe in the brand?

Is it Rosso Magma then?

I was tempted by the Centennial one that came up a while back but it was just too much dollar for me at the time.
It is Rosso Magma! ;)
 

Andyk

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Press car wouldn’t bother me as long as the service history and condition was good. Don’t forget as a press car yes it would have been driven hard but you would expect as a Maserati owned car to be looked after after well. They wouldn’t hand it to one hack and another without it being spot on for fear of what they may write. On the wheels they are the wheels the 2 seater came with so wouldn’t think they have been changed.
 

Zep

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Press car wouldn’t bother me as long as the service history and condition was good. Don’t forget as a press car yes it would have been driven hard but you would expect as a Maserati owned car to be looked after after well. They wouldn’t hand it to one hack and another without it being spot on for fear of what they may write. On the wheels they are the wheels the 2 seater came with so wouldn’t think they have been changed.
Neptune’s were a no cost option. Mine came with them originally too and the TG car was certainly on Neptune’s.
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Ewan

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Isn't Stuarts and ex-press car?
Stuart does have the ex-press car. It was on the cover of EVO, when tested against the 911 GT3.
If it is this car, presumably it means he’s selling.
Either that, or Stuart’s is a 4 seater. I now can’t remember which he has.
 

Zep

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Stuart does have the ex-press car. It was on the cover of EVO, when tested against the 911 GT3.
If it is this car, presumably it means he’s selling.
Either that, or Stuart’s is a 4 seater. I now can’t remember which he has.
Stu’s car is a 4 seat, not this one.
 

sharkman07

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I bought an E46 M3 ex press fleet years ago and it had a ton of niggles undoubtedly related to having had a very hard life. That was 20 years ago though but I'd rather a car that hasn't been revved close to the red repeatedly. A subsequent M3 of the same era was perfect, night and day difference.

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rockits

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The Strad not sold yet then.

One thing that would really lift the interior is a grey alcantara headlining. It is common in the Vantage and really works making a less dark interior.

If it were £25k on top of my 4200 it would be very tempting
 

gb-gta

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The 2013 higher mileage strad has dropped to 45k now, from 48.5k. Not that 58k miles in 8 years or so is particularly high.
 

Felonious Crud

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The Strad not sold yet then.

One thing that would really lift the interior is a grey alcantara headlining. It is common in the Vantage and really works making a less dark interior.

If it were £25k on top of my 4200 it would be very tempting
Agreed re the interior. My Vantage has the Tailors Grey Alcantara headlining and it does lighten what would otherwise be a very black-dominated, quite small interior. The Strad does at least have quite a lot of space behind the front seats.