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Ok, that’s probably the perfect owner for this car! A very special car I think, because of the low miles, but also because of the chassis number....
I think this was the result at the auction in 2008
What about two sections
Maserati models introduced before 1980 (includes, and ends with, the QP III)
Maserati models introduced after 1980...
Do you mean that you think that the car in Stuttgart is #192?
I thought it was #110 because it has the same licence plate as #110 in the advert.
The vendor of #144 apparently also has a Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB10rh_nI_5FSC2PBM2OdmQ
The other car that you...
In the video below they say that: “564 Boras were produced in total. The existing number is said to be less than 200.”
Less than 200? I find that...
Chassis #144 for sale: https://www.classic-trader.com/it/automobili/listing/maserati/khamsin/khamsin/1975/242531
I think I already had some...
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Yes, a lot of work, sad actually.
I’m surprised that they say that nothing is known of the history before 2008 ("......... purchased by the...
No, correction, it´s 1307 now
Maybe it still has the 1,299 kilometres in total from new
The photo below is from an article in Motorsport Magazine, January 1977. It´s on the old Modena racing circuit, where it was one of (apparently)...
Yes I agree.
Just look at the photo below (from the website of the Norsk Maserati Klubb), nice photo to compare (and enjoy).
Great to see their (Sebastien Mialet's and the owner's) determination to save this car.
The body will probably be as good as (or even...
This Dutch journalist is very impressed by the MC20.
“It´s a really new car, which doesn´t really remind me of anything”
This one, and then the photo of the light interior on the left
There were some questions about the steering wheel on #341 earlier, but as far as I know that's the same wheel as on most RHD cars.
See the brochure with the large photo of the yellow Khamsin.
I think I see at least one photo in that brochure where the mirror is not attached to...
Yes that would be interesting, the chassis number.
Do you know the original colour(s) of the car?