An excellent example and one of the very last.
This beautiful automatic 3200 is finished in Sebring Blu paintwork with Grigio leather interior. First registered in December 2002, it’s one of the very last to come off the production line, and so it benefits from all the upgrades made by the factory, including the later steering rack as used in the Assetto Corsa model, and OBD II diagnostics.
Auto Italia magazine issue 240 featured this very car saying, “What tends to get overlooked is just how much fun the 3200GT is to drive relative to its period rivals … Even the briefest of sorties in each of these cars is enough to tell you that this generation of Maserati GT still stacks up.”
A copy of the magazine comes included, along with the Automobilia book of the 3200, the Maserati original toolkit and documentation, and the red key.
This car has been kept in top condition and driven regularly, as evidenced by the recorded mileage of 92,000 miles from new. Scrupulously maintained and always serviced by Maserati specialists, it comes with a full history file. It even has the original Becker Traffic Pro stereo and satnav.
Both the throttle body and the accelerator potentiometer have been upgraded to modern contactless versions, giving smooth and reliable operation. The engine has had the important cam chain change at the 68,000 mile service. Rear exhaust boxes have been upgraded to stainless steel, and the car rides on the correct specification Michelin Pilot Sport tyres.