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mks_89

New Member
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Hello everyone, i have been stalking thus forum for a while (loool) to read up about the ownership experience of the Maserati 4200, things that might go wrong, expenses to budget for, where to service ........etc, and this forum has been really helpful so thank you all.
Now my question is what is the best website/place to search for these amazing machines other than the obvious (like autotrader, classiccars, pistonheads.....etc).
I am searching for a manual 4200, I don’t mind any exterior/interior colour as long as the interior isn’t red.
Mileage wise preferably about 60,000 miles or less but not fussed about it.
Of course goes without saying must be in good condition.
Willing to travel nationwide (based in the UK) if the car in question is worth seeing.
Any help is much appreciated.
Any cars that come anyone’s way please DM.
Thanks.
 

Vampyrebat

Member
Messages
1,407
Hello everyone, i have been stalking thus forum for a while (loool) to read up about the ownership experience of the Maserati 4200, things that might go wrong, expenses to budget for, where to service ........etc, and this forum has been really helpful so thank you all.
Now my question is what is the best website/place to search for these amazing machines other than the obvious (like autotrader, classiccars, pistonheads.....etc).
I am searching for a manual 4200, I don’t mind any exterior/interior colour as long as the interior isn’t red.
Mileage wise preferably about 60,000 miles or less but not fussed about it.
Of course goes without saying must be in good condition.
Willing to travel nationwide (based in the UK) if the car in question is worth seeing.
Any help is much appreciated.
Any cars that come anyone’s way please DM.
Thanks.
Hi Mks_89
Welcome along! Are you bothered about your next car being either Classico or face-lift?
How much are you looking to spend on one?
 

allandwf

Centenary Club
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8,169
Welcome, I'm sure word of mouth may bring out some of the manual 4200s out there. Good luck.
 

dickygrace

www.richardgracecars.co.uk
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Welcome along to the forum. More than happy to chat, but being honest, I’d advise you to buy the Cambiocorsa. Rockits’ example being surely the best deal about at the moment. I have no vested interest in it, but do know the car.
 

Wanderer

Member
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2,479
Welcome along to the forum. More than happy to chat, but being honest, I’d advise you to buy the Cambiocorsa. Rockits’ example being surely the best deal about at the moment. I have no vested interest in it, but do know the car.
SM apostrophe klaxon!!!! There's only one Rockits....
 

Wanderer

Member
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2,479
I'm with you, Dicky, although I guess Rockits's would also be acceptable.

Multiple exclamation marks, on the other hand, are a sig of a deranged mind :)

C
You buggers are vicious!!

I'll get my Russian partner on it, she knows apostrophe rules better than any English speaker and can't believe how poor we are with our own grammar...
 

CatmanV2

Member
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You buggers are vicious!!

I'll get my Russian partner on it, she knows apostrophe rules better than any English speaker and can't believe how poor we are with our own grammar...
You're right. I'd never heard the phrase 'Saxon Genitive' until explained by a Spaniard!

Save yourself the time. I’m right, I was an English teacher for fifteen years.
Good man!

C