Wanted : Gransport

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Digging up an old thread but here go's.
Woots, are you still looking?

I own a Med Blue Gransport that I'm thinking of selling, only because I can't get comfortable as I have a back injury.

I bought her last September from a fellow forum member, Med Blue, full grey leather, heated electric seats, new clutch (Dick Lovett Swindon), ALL new suspension, All new brakes, ALL new wheel bearings, freshly refurbed wheels and new Michy sports all round.
The list of what's been done goes on and on, and an impeccable full service history to boot (dealer and specialists).
Original order and purchase invoice, two keys and every penny spent on her from new (I'm the 4th owner), all in two A4 clip folders.
She's in fantastic condition throughout.
The only downside is the mileage @ 103k, but don't let that put you off, she drives and looks like a 30k car.
PM me if your interested.

Not a very good picture (cloudy New Years day meet), but I have plenty on my phone.
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Woots

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Hey mate, atm I’m lurking and do check back regularly. In the end I bought a new M140i to tie me over before they release details of any M2CS/CSL and then I’ll decide whether to go Maserati route or go with one of those....so bit of a waiting game atm

Good luck with your sale though!
 

Navcorr

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Is @Woots still looking?


Not certain but think this car has been discussed at various times here. It definitely isn't the one for sale with a, lets be generous, incomplete history. The ex Marlborough car with grey tech cloth and dodgy paintwork. That said, the rear seat cloth shown in the listing above looks a bit grubby. Which has been referenced before. If its the same car. Anyone here know it?
 

Woots

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Is @Woots still looking?


Not certain but think this car has been discussed at various times here. It definitely isn't the one for sale with a, lets be generous, incomplete history. The ex Marlborough car with grey tech cloth and dodgy paintwork. That said, the rear seat cloth shown in the listing above looks a bit grubby. Which has been referenced before. If its the same car. Anyone here know it?
Thanks for the consideration mate...however in the end I went for a Lotus Exige 350 so having a play in a plastic toy for the time being :)
 

Navcorr

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Thanks for the consideration mate...however in the end I went for a Lotus Exige 350 so having a play in a plastic toy for the time being :)
Hi Woots - no worries, your Exige will be great fun for sure. They're a blast.
Have a good Christmas!
 

outrun

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Thanks for the consideration mate...however in the end I went for a Lotus Exige 350 so having a play in a plastic toy for the time being :)
Ooh, nice choice.

How is Albon’s side of the garage going? He looks to be doing a good job settling in.
 

Andyk

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Thanks for the consideration mate...however in the end I went for a Lotus Exige 350 so having a play in a plastic toy for the time being :)
Nice choice Woots......Big Lotus fan. Don't think you can hVe much more fun in a car.
 

Dyer3200

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Is @Woots still looking?


Not certain but think this car has been discussed at various times here. It definitely isn't the one for sale with a, lets be generous, incomplete history. The ex Marlborough car with grey tech cloth and dodgy paintwork. That said, the rear seat cloth shown in the listing above looks a bit grubby. Which has been referenced before. If its the same car. Anyone here know it?
Been for sale on flea bay for quite a while on and off , I think someone on here (Ewan) had dialogue with the seller
 

allandwf

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Been for sale on flea bay for quite a while on and off , I think someone on here (Ewan) had dialogue with the seller
It's a classic colour combination, I like it, but would need mileage clarification as MOT history shows it as quite high, but have seen this happen when private plates have been swapped, mileage and mot history has still been aligned with the previous vehicle.
 

Ewan

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I chatted with the owner and everything seemed genuine. The car is in Exeter. I ended up buying a Strad instead so didn’t go to view. The price has dropped a bit since then, but that is the case for all GranSports (and lots of other cars, for that matter).
 
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JonW

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I think that looks pretty smart.

If the service history stacks up and it really does have only 39k miles, I also think it’s competitively priced.

However, I fear it may be an elaborate scam.... why would anyone of sane mind sell a Gransport to buy an Audi R8?... that’s a bit like going from experiencing a full blown opera at La Scala to sitting in a tiny beige room on an industrial estate in Neckarsulm, Germany!
 

Yetti24

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I’m the owner of the Fuji Bianco Gransport on eBay. I don’t really want to sell it as it’s the fourth maserati I’ve owned, but I’m sure like most maserati owners they have a love hate relationship with the marque, I’m hoping to keep it once I can sell one of my many other cars, they are a great car