Granturismo MC Stradale forsale

Gary T

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2012 MC Stradale 2 seater in white forsale.
34k miles. Serviced and MOT'd in September 2019 and 1k miles since. I've loved this car even if649696497064971 only for a relatively short amount of time but things change so the car is up forsale. Message me for more information.
Thanks, Gary.
 
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StuartW

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Too bad it's been such a brief ownership experience but good luck with the sale and as others have said, speaking to Richard would be a good move
 

conaero

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Only one on the market (with the exception of that one that has been hanging around for years)?

Be quick people, they don't come up in 2 seater very often.
 

Gogs253

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This is very tempting although white would not be my first choice. I had been in touch with RG last year about a Granturismo MC last year but a suitable one came up a bit quickly for me as I was committed to funding a house extension.
A Stradale is now my goal although I would need to make use of a balloon/parachute payment option. Still, life is too short.
 

Ewan

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A Stradale is now my goal although I would need to make use of a balloon/parachute payment option. Still, life is too short.
Hit that goal. As you say, life is short. And luckily for you, right now, money is cheap. Most cars of this value are bought on finance - it's the norm these days.

If the 3200 in your picture is your current Maser, you'll find a Strad a huge leap forward.
 

JonW

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Is this one of the latest 2 seaters? I thought I’d read in here that all 2 seaters were 2011 cars? Is that just when they were made rather than when they were registered?
 

Ewan

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That’s basically correct Jon - the last were registered in 2012. They are largely all the same, as the options list was pretty short.

If you like your GS, you’ll love a 2 seat Strad!
 
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JonW

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That’s basically correct Jon - the last were registered in 2012. They are largely all the same, as the options list was pretty short.

If you like your GS, you’ll love a 2 seat Strad!
Thanks Ewan - I don’t doubt it... however, I have been presuming that at some point we will swap, and you’ll take my GS as a keeper because it’s blue and (IMHO) one of the best there is, and I’ll get to play in your black 2 seater Strad?… the only unknown is how much cash will change hands at the same time!
 

Gogs253

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Hit that goal. As you say, life is short. And luckily for you, right now, money is cheap. Most cars of this value are bought on finance - it's the norm these days.

If the 3200 in your picture is your current Maser, you'll find a Strad a huge leap forward.
Seems good advice Ewan :). A two seat car would certainly be my preference.
I'd like to keep the 3200 as it's taken a while to get it to a standard I'm happy with but I'm sure the driving experience would be like night and day.
 

mischaRS

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Umm, the Dubai car, wonder if it has been on the track over there, or verifyable history ? Buying cars from the Middle East is not something most Dealers recommend, preferring Japan where the cars are normally excellent quality. And the yellow car in Germany has had an accident.
 

Felonious Crud

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The yellow one is an stunner. The things to look our for on mid-east cars are damage and cracking from the intense heat, paint and moving parts wear from all the airborne sand and a proper service history because getting proper service there can be challenging.