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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Tue, 16 Jul 2013 11:31:00 EST
Maserati's newest car, Ghibli, is a stunningly well-proportioned luxury sedan mixing the styling of the larger Quattroporte sedan and the GranTurismo coupe. We found it plenty good to in our First Drive review, and now we know how much it will cost (in the UK, at least).
Wed, 16 Oct 2013 19:01:00 EST
Ghibli pricing announced at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is for customers in the UK, but based on current exchange rates and prices of other Maseratis sold here in the US, we can estimate its MSRP for our market. The base Ghibli, with a twin-turbocharged V6 making 325 horsepower, will cost 52,275 pounds for the Bits, making $75,000 a good guess for American buyers. If that number holds true, however, the Ghibli would be in a price category above its main competition from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Take a step up to the Ghibli S, sporting a naturally aspirated V8 producing 404 hp, and you'll have to fork out 63,415 pounds or an estimated $91,000 here.
Just for kicks, the Europe-only Ghibli Diesel, which makes 270 hp and 420 pound-feet of torque with its diesel V6, is the least-expensive Maserati 48,830 pounds. Running an estimated $70k for us, we'd really like to have that one, too. After all, the sparkplug-less engine is the same one found in the Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel.
Last year when Maserati revealed a plan to sell 50,000 units globally by 2015, it seemed like a pretty steep goal for an automaker that had sold just 6,300 units for the entire year. It turns out that goal may be a little on the conservative side. Through September, Automotive News Europe says the Italian automaker has already racked up 22,500 orders mainly on the backs of the redesigned Quattroporte and the all-new Ghibli, and there are still more new products in the pipeline.
Thu, 12 Jul 2012 10:28:00 EST
Back in August, we heard that demand in China was playing a strong role in Maserati's big numbers in 2013, and this doesn't even include the upcoming Levante SUV, which Maserati CEO Harald Wester expects to add as many as 25,000 units to the mix when it goes on sale in 2015. According to the ANE report, the Quattroporte is still the most popular model with almost 10,000 orders so far this year, while the smaller and more affordable Ghibli is performing quite well with almost 8,000 orders; the aging, but soon-to-be-replaced, GranTurismo models have about 5,000 orders.
Curious about what the 2014 Maserati Quattroporte will look like? Recent spy shots of the big Maserati sedan haven't been much help, but now we have this: Three alleged patent drawings found by AutoWeek.nl. Better fire up your imagination, however, as like all European Patent Office images, these sketches have the unique ability to suck the beauty out of even Italian cars. Truth be told, if AutoWeek.nl had told us this was a new Buick, we might have believed them.
That said, we can certainly see the resemblance in the rear to the Maserati GranTurismo, with a similar C-pillar and that little flipped-up spoiler. In the front, too, we imagine the new Quattroporte will resemble its sportier sibling, with the crude lines from these drawings turned into more voluptuous curves through the magic of modern manufacturing.
Rumors say the next-gen sedan will be available with a choice of two engines assembled by Ferrari, either a turbocharged V8 or a supercharged V6. We're likely to see the new Quattroporte in the flesh for the first time at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.