Wanted - Grancabrio MC MC shift

Cr4zylegs

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As title looking to purchase a grancabrio MC MC shift, colour wise my preferred choices would be blue, red or black.
I currently drive a 911 as a daily driver but I am changing jobs and will not be required to use my car as much so would like to "scratch the itch" of a maserati
 

Ewan

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Fun car. Though not as quick or nimble as a 911. I enjoyed mine, though interestingly, now have a 911!
Can’t recall why I thought I needed the Cabrio MC as well as the MC Strad at the same time…
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Andyk

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I 'might' be wrong, but pretty sure you can't get a Cabrio with an MC-Shift gearbox. You can get the MC Auto Shift which is a ZF with MC-shift mimicking software.

Yes, spot on. Only full Auto with paddles. But they did the standard auto box and then the MC Auto box I believe.
 
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Ewan

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As title looking to purchase a grancabrio MC MC shift, colour wise my preferred choices would be blue, red or black.
I currently drive a 911 as a daily driver but I am changing jobs and will not be required to use my car as much so would like to "scratch the itch" of a maserati
Coming out of a 911, I’d suggest looking at a (rare as hens teeth) Gran Sport MC Victory. It’ll give you all the Maserati vibe, but with the proper performance and handling/feel you’re used to. Much more of a drivers car than a Cabrio MC auto.

See hashluck on the post above, as I believe he has one for sale.
 

Cr4zylegs

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Thank you for the replies, as you can tell by my advert I lack knowledge when it comes to the differences with these cars, when I say a grancabrio MC MC shift I basically mean I've seen some cabrio's with what looks like the strad exhaust and larger front arches and really liked them!:)
 

hashluck

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Coming out of a 911, I’d suggest looking at a (rare as hens teeth) Gran Sport MC Victory. It’ll give you all the Maserati vibe, but with the proper performance and handling/feel you’re used to. Much more of a drivers car than a Cabrio MC auto.

See hashluck on the post above, as I believe he has one for sale.
Thanks Ewan, funny enough I jumped out of a Porsche Cayman R into the the MC-Victory this morning whilst moving cars around and could not resist a blast. Everything you say is true of course and I much preferred the drive over the Cayman R.

Anyone interested a link to the for sale ad is in my signature below...