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Maserati Spyder Cambiocorsa
4200 GT
13000 kms

sold to Germany

Since acquired by Ferrari in 1998, this legendary Italian carmaker has been subject to a substantial plant and equipment investment in the name of quality control and ambitious growth.

The Maserati Spyder 4200 GT is an evolution from the previous model 3200 GT and also a reference to the increase in engine size from 3.2 to 4.2 litres. The naturally aspirated V8 engine was based on a Ferrari unit producing 385hp at 7000rpm;  the Cambiocorsa (‘race shifter’ in Italian) is an electro-hydraulic manual transmission that uses a Formula 1 type gearbox with hydraulic operation and electronic management operated by F1- style paddles behind the steering wheel.The Spyder was first unveiled to the public at the 2001 Frankfurt Motor Show with the Coupé’s debut following shortly after at the 2002 Detroit Motor Show. Both cars were designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro.

The gearbox is located at the back of the car with the rear differential giving equal weight distribution between the front and rear of the car.

This lowest mileage in Europe, collector quality and desirable specification Maserati 4200 Spyder was built in 2004 and delivered new in Germany. Later sold to Luxembourg and finally to a collector in Holland.

Regularly maintained, latest service in April 2018. Used very sparingly as the kms suggest, externally and internally near mint. There are no dents, scratches or blemishes.

Recently clocked abt 200 kms myself, to see everything is fully working as intended. Lifted the car up to find everything in as new condition, with only some brake dust on suspension parts. Since the engine bay or underside have not been washed recently it’s very clear to see that there are not even the slightest signs of any leaks. Even the tyres are dated 2003 and are still in great condition. Of course in most EU countries they will have to be replaced for next MOT due to age alone, but for a collector it’s always a big plus to find a car on its original tyres.

A practically new Maserati Spyder with a Ferrari engine with the lowest mileage in Europe. Drive another 20K and you still have a low mileage collector quality motor car!