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    Senior Member zagatoes30's Avatar
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    Does look pretty special but still not something I would have even if I had the funds which I don't
    Andy


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    I’ll take one in Ewan’s spec, please. Definitely not in the usual Lambo colours!
    Aston Martin Vantage V12S. With an Italian gearbox. And two less cats than standard.
    Fiat 500 twin-air, a fire-breathing beast
    Hayter lawnmower, in dark verde ithica

    Past: 2009 GTS MC-shift, with x-pipe and a stripe. Amazing car.
    A shitbox Ford Capri, Ford Orion (a modern classic!), a Ford Escort, an annual train season ticket, a bus ticket, 1982 Peugeot 12-speed racing bike

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    If it was available to buy next month I would probably buy one.
    So it’s a good job it’s not. But It’s also a good job portofinos aren’t available yet either. Lucky
    For my bank balance and my marriage.
    It’s frustrating to see GTs prices dipping and Prancing donkeys staying static or slowly rising.
    Does anyone know Did Yeti sell his strad in the end - or did he keep it alongside his new purchase?
    His: Evoke (not for much longer)+ Macca, F Car or AM (Indecision)
    Hers: BMW X3
    Past:
    Ferrari California 30
    Maserati GTS MC Shift
    BMW 330D Cab
    Porsche Boxster S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rwc13 View Post
    Very well said. Mark my words, people will lament the passing of the GTS/GC when they eventually have to kill it off. What replaces it will have more technology, be more conformist with regulation (whatever power unit it eventually gets) and therefore, IMO will lose even more of the Maserati passion and dna. It may be a great car, but will it be a car people future generations want to own and keep. I doubt it




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    Fully agree
    His: Evoke (not for much longer)+ Macca, F Car or AM (Indecision)
    Hers: BMW X3
    Past:
    Ferrari California 30
    Maserati GTS MC Shift
    BMW 330D Cab
    Porsche Boxster S

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