Maserati 3200 GT
Timeless sporting forms, an elegant Italian style, immersive power and a manual transmission. Driving is impossible to become more attractive with this beautiful Maserati 3200 GT from the year 2000. New delivered in the country where it came into being. Offered including modest mileage and extensive documentation.
Bonus: only 2 owners went before you! The last one (from 2014) concerns a Dutch enthusiast or collector, who clearly appreciated the beauty of the magically beautiful trident. Whoever is able to do that, has already given us an edge, because we do not just take her away!
The 3200 GT is unique in its kind. Just find a model of the same, charismatic caliber. Exactly, we thought so. Actually, the same applies to this specimen; the car is a rarity given the state! The deep shine in the Nero Carbonio lacquer shows that the Maserati has stood the test of time more than good.
As a real time machine, the magnificent coupé designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro evokes nostalgic feelings. Suddenly the ultimate boy's dream is within reach. The best news? After 18 years, it has not surrendered to optical power. A dream come true!
The interior can also be something of it. Both the composition (brown and black leather) and the condition are dazzlingly beautiful. Especially the latter is absolutely unique for a sports car of this age.
That Maserati has also been consistent in implementing the tasteful duo-tone color scheme, is proven by the window styles (black) and roof lining (brown). But when our eye falls on the center console, we really get into a party mood. Yes, the characteristic Maserati clock and original Becker radio / navigation system are noteworthy. However, it is still the poker button we were referring to, because that is where everything comes together: power, drive and loads of driving fun!
Technology & performance
Those who know the model name well, know that the 370 available horsepower originate from a 3.2 liter engine. The power source gets reinforcement of a double turbo. There is no question of downgrading; in the front is 'just' a delicious V8! That means twice as much fun.
The numbers speak for themselves: with an acceleration time of 0-100 km / h within 5.1 seconds and a top speed of 280 km / h, the manual version is its automatic brother just 6 tenths and 10 km / h too fast. You do not say 'no' to that anyway?
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