I am putting up my f355 replica up for sale. First of all this is one of the best bodies for the f355 replica I have ever seen. It is just as wide and long as the real f355. Look at other f355 replicas that were not stretched and they are funny looking. They look very bad in my oppinion. This one will look like the real deal once you paint it. Headlights flip up and down and work. The interior is finished. All the gauges are in working order. Taillight bulbs need to be put into housing, very easy. It doesnt need wiring of any sort. I took out the bulbs to do some sanding and I was going to paint it, but then decided to sell. Didnt paint it so next buyer could choose their own color. As you can see on the pictures all parts to finish are included. Frame and top material are included to finish the top. Front grill as well as all badges and side mirrors are included to finish. The tires have 90% tread left and are like new.
Wheels look amazing and are replica 355 rims.
Title in hand registered as a fiero.
Rear engine compartment cover needs hinges and that is the only part you will need to finish.
This car does not need too much work to finish but I don't have the time or money to paint it at this time. Just give this car a paint job and it will look spectacular!
The car runs, drives, and shifts perfect. Engine is very clean and has only 20 k miles on it. It has a new air intake on it. Very nice exhaust sound my neighbors always tell me it sounds like a real ferrari.
It has air conditioning and heat.
I have over 12k invested in this car not including labor, so please understand I am practically giving this car away.
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Wed, 12 Mar 2014 11:57:00 EST
For one reason or another, this is a car people stare at. They might be drawn to its curvaceous shape riding on immense wheels. They could be intrigued by its gaping, blacked-out grille which houses an equally outsized trident logo, or doing quick calculations about the last time they saw a car wearing the name Maserati. It may be its sports-car-like proportions mixed with achingly long, four-door bodywork that draws their eye.
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 08:00:00 EST
Or, and I urge you to consider this theory carefully, the people taking notice of this Maserati Ghibli S Q4 might simply be newly alert after hearing the sound of its exhaust ricocheting off any solid thing nearby as I drive past grinning like a certified asshat. Did you hear an Italianate engine song careening through your Ann Arbor, MI neighborhood, in the black of the early morning, just a few weeks previous? Sorry, guy, that was probably me.
I spent a week hammering this all-wheel-drive Ghibli as hard as I dared in the last truly miserable stretch of the God Awful Winter of 2014. I can honestly say that I enjoyed myself, shocked at both the frank way this new challenger luxury car went down the road as well as the attention it garnered in the process.
With the new Quattroporte and Ghibli sedans out on the market, and the new Levante crossover and Alfieri coupe on their way, Maserati is making serious headway towards revitalizing its lineup. Now all it needs in order to reach its ambitious sales targets is to expand the network of dealers where they're to be sold. And according to Maserati chief Harald Wester in speaking to Automotive News at the Paris Motor Show, that's exactly what it has in store.
Thu, 12 Jun 2014 10:16:00 EST
At the end of last year, Maserati had 79 dealerships across the United States. It has already boosted that number to 100 so far this year, but before 2014 is over, it plans to open another 20 to bring the total up to (carry the two, divide by the square-root of Pi)... 120 showrooms.
Globally speaking, Maserati reportedly closed 2012 with around 220-230 dealers around the world, and currently has about 355, but aims to close 2015 with a worldwide network of 450 dealers, representing a doubling of its network in two years' time. Having more than a quarter of those in the US alone is testament to how seriously Maserati takes the American market.
While Porsche may be relatively new to the four-door game, Maserati has been building the Quattroporte with few interruptions since 1963. But like its rival from Stuttgart, the Trident marque is rapidly shifting from a sports car company primarily to a manufacturer of high-end family transportation. Not only does it have the new Quattroporte on the market, but now it's got the Ghibli sedan as well and the Levante crossover on its way.
It's a gambit that's reaping huge benefits not only for Maserati itself but also for its newly merged parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, which is finding the mass market less lucrative than it once was and is positioning both Maserati and Alfa Romeo against other luxury marques like BMW, Audi and Porsche. As a result, Maserati is considerably expanding its production.
Last month, Maserati sold over 3,000 cars, putting it on track to double its sales from 2013. But it's not about to stop there. With growing demand for its authentically Italian luxury sedans, Maserati is shifting more workers to its assembly plant in the Turinese suburn of Grugliasco (where the QP and Ghibli are made) and shortening vacation time to ramp production up from 750 cars per week to 900.