Sold for £6,300
(including buyers premium)
Registration No: AVZ 2733
Chassis No: ZAMBB18C000011190
MOT: November 2024
Just as the DB7 did for Aston Martin, at a stroke the 3200 rejuvenated the Maserati brand. Unveiled at the 2002 Detroit Show, the 177mph Maserati Coupe (a.k.a. 4200 GT) was styled by Giorgetto Giugiaro of Italdesign. A direct evolution of the 3200 GT, the 4200 GT Coupe was introduced at the Detroit Auto Show in 2002 and was a genuine four-seater powered by a normally aspirated, Ferrari-based engine, of 390bhp. Developing 385bhp/332lbft, its 4244cc V8 engine was allied to a six-speed transmission that could be had in conventional manual or 'Cambiocorsa' guises (the latter incorporating electrohydraulic assistance and F1-style steering wheel paddles).
Manufactured in 2003, the 4200 Spyder offered was first registered in the United Kingdom on the 30th of September that year and is a pre-face-lift Cambiocorsa variant. Finished in striking and desirable colour combination of Metallic Maserati Azzurro Argentina paintwork with Cream leather interior upholstery and a Dark Blue hood with a glass screen, the 4200 rides on 18” seven-spoke alloy wheels. The Maserati is showing some 50,500 miles on the odometer, however was provided with a speedometer change in 2010, meaning the total mileage is c.35,000 miles higher, equating to 85,500 miles at the time of consignment.
Fitted with the Cambiocorsa six speed sequential gearbox with F1 paddles, Sport and automatic modes, the interior features electrically adjustable and heated seats with driver memory, electric windows, electric mirrors, ASR, climate control with AC, Maserati’s in-car entertainment centre with sat-nav and CD changer. Understood to have received a replacement catalyst, EGR valve, radiator hose, lambda sensor and exhaust temp probe in December 2018, the Maserati has further benefitted from new discs, pads and brake pipe, and repair to roof linkage in 2019, and service in November 2022. Offered with a current V5C, an owner's handbook, and a no advisory MOT until November next year.
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Auction: Pavilion Gardens | Buxton, Derbyshire, 29th Nov, 2023
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An auction of classic, collector and performance motorcars to be held in the beautiful surrounds of the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, Derbyshire.
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Tuesday 28th November 2023 from 12pm to 8pm
Wednesday 29th November 2023 from 9am
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