Biturbos/number cars/Ghibli IIs for sale

Nayf

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A bit like @MarkMas and the QPV thread.
I've noticed that in France, Biturbos tend to be cheaper than the rest of Europe, for instance. LHD obviously, but still.
 

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1991 Biturbo Spyder at Gallery Aaldering. LHD of course.
 

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Nayf

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Cheapest one in the UK at a familiar seller. We all know the stories, and to avoid the owners of this fair domain from having to fend off legal letters, let's just say do some research...
1989 Maserati Biturbo 2.5 ES (ex-Japan)

 

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Ewan

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This looks very pretty. Do we think £22,500 is a smidge on the high side, or about right for a well maintained example these days?
Potentially this is a nice car (for an auto). But it needs work (bodywork and mechanical) and IMO is overpriced. £15k of thereabouts is more realistic. Maybe £20k if all the work was done and it was spot-on. I’m not convinced the seller is genuinely ready to sell.