The seller of this silver Quattroporte says that the restoratin of the car has already started but, actually, the only beginning that we can see is about some parts removed and nothing else.
The car is painted in an elegant – although boring – silver shade mated to a black leather interiors which don’t look bad at all: door panels have been removed but both them and the seats look a bit dry and dirty but absolutely in good conditions.
There are some crates containing some mechanical parts like transmission and brakes but basically the car is still in one piece: that’s good because the risk to buy a basket case car is to miss some important part which, especially on these classic Maserati, are difficult to find and very expensive when you find them. The body of the car looks not bad at all: of course you’ll never knoow the thruth until you bring the body to bare metal but, starting from a car apparently solid is never a bad thing. Find it for sale at €39,950 (today $44,600) here in Ettlingen, Germany.