I have up for sale a rare 1983 Maserati Quattorporte ( 200 made) that is a true sleeper car with a little something extra under the hood. Keep in mind this is not for the purist and I do appreciate a Concur original restored car, but rarely are these seen roadable with the original motor. This has been an enjoyable exotic family car, and offers the best of all worlds. Car gets appreciation from enthusiasts,   the Concourse Italiano, local hotrod shows, and modern euro coffee meets. This was purchased for a weekend car for the family to ride in style to local car events, and to act as a spare for when down a car. It can accommodate five adults comfortably in the Lazy-Boy like original Italian leather covered seats. I feel confident in its reliability, and although the car has never met AAA, keep in mind being 35 years old, this is not a late model Honda.     This unusually striking color combo and the factory ride height from Italy, really accentuate the lines of the car and bring it to a new level of attraction.  If you have never seen one of these in person, they are prominent cars with chiseled Giorgetto Giugiaro styling, and polished stainless steel moldings and bumpers ( no chrome). From collected research, this car was created for a stereo shop by a team of renowned builders in Southern California for Sema.  It has a built 302ci 5.0 Supper Charged engine by Kenne Bell, with a nicely matched auto built tranny. HP  estimates at 450HP.  Car will easily break loose both its 11 inch wide tires at a rolling stop all the way down the street and chirps through 2nd, 3rd. There are two sets of wheels included. The first are the original factory Magnesium Campagnolo wheels, which are currently mounted on the car. The second set are custom built, 3 piece Enkei wheels. Not my taste, but these wheels do look nicer in person with the 3 inch deep lip.


Location: Monterey, California, United States

See listing: 1982 Maserati Quattroporte III (from March 21, 2016)