Bienvenue to my Gransport

JonW

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This morning saw the arrival of my (new to me) Gransport, and I’ve just spent a fun couple of hours giving it its first wash.

It’s a 2007 Gransport LE, in Blu Nettuno, with full beige leather interior.

It’s fair to say I’m somewhat smitten!
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D Walker

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Looks great Jon,
Just a tip, when you have cleaned, open the boot lid and run an old micro fibre between the boot rubber, lip and bumper, water pools and can cause corrosion on the inside of your boot lid, check the corners for little rust bubbles..
 
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Congrats Jon. Looks lush. Most have been a pretty penny.

What is the miles, owners and history? Any link to an ad?
 

JonW

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Congrats Jon. Looks lush. Most have been a pretty penny.

What is the miles, owners and history? Any link to an ad?
Hi Dean,

The Gransport is the one that Richard Grace was advertising (https://www.richardgracecars.co.uk/for-sale/maserati-gransport-le/286)

Two owners, 34k miles, and service history is all Maserati main dealer/ADG/Autoshield. Bodywork is excellent, clutch is 20%, and has just had new discs and pads.

It definitely wasn’t cheap, but I’m fairly confident it was the best one currently on the market, and I just love the colour combination of the Nettuno and beige interior...
 
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Great choice Jon. Looks lovely. I had a Blu Nettuno QP Exec GT with two tone cream and blue interior. Also a 4200 project car that had GS exterior that was also Blu Nettuno but with grey interior. I'm no a fan of the Maser grey interior a d you have made the right choice. The beige is perfect for me on the interior. I am biased though as have a beige interior on my 4200 also a late 2007 car.

Great choice and I don't see it ever depreciating now.
 

JonW

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that's lovely, bodywork/paint looks superb, always wanted to use snow foam but never bothered, is it any good
Thanks - the paintwork is as good as I’d hoped for, and cleans up rather nicely. Maybe a few tiny things to fix before it’s spotless, but you do have to look really closely to spot them

I think snow foam is fab - and it makes washing the car much easier, and helps prevent the dreaded swirls and scratches...