Granturismo mc shift

V8time

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Hi everybody and welcome to the sale of my Maserati granturismo s mc shift first registered 1st January 2012 3 owners from new 23k miles always garaged only driven in dry weather always run on shell v power fuel full service history last was done in August clutch wear 37 percent mot until February I’m looking for £30,000 pm me if your interested
 

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Mavster

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GLWS

That is a very good price for a 2012 ! Low mileage and owners. Id put it up for £32k ono
 

philw696

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I'm guessing going into Winter and the uncertainty of what's going on in the World people are being a little cautious.
Lovely car and I'm sure the right person will come along.
 

AlpineAlex

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The market is dead for every car. Porsche official dealers have a record number of GT4s in stock across the country at the moment.
 
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Selling for huge premiums so can’t see them losing anything from list for the foreseeable.
Yup. Spot-on. Anything with the coveted RS badge commands and fetches a HUGE premium. I wish I could afford a Porsche RS. Nobody loses money on a RS. The scarcity of numbers makes them highly desirable (as well as the phenomenal Porsche engineering and reliability).
 

Ewan

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The waiting list on even the most basic 911 variant is well over a year now, according to my local dealer. About the only one you can obtain quicker is the new 911 T (which sits between the standard Carrera and the S), and that's simply because the factory pre-allocated a specific number of build slots for it.

And anything at all trick, such as an RS or GT variant, is completely unobtainable unless you have compromising photos of Porsche board members.