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post #16 of 438 Old 06-30-2009, 09:19 PM
 
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Hey PKGS, found your twin MCV in Manhattan Beach:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Maser...ht_1103wt_1305

It's #75 and it's up for sale. Has the Mercury wheels otherwise, identical to yours. The current owners garage is _almost_ as nice as yours

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Hopefully someone in SoCal snaps it up and we can get a photoshoot together.
Thanks for your kind words, paunch.

They're almost identical twins...except mine doesn't have those Mercury painted wheels and no interior gray piping.

and yes, it would be great for a SoCal GS-MCV get together and photoshoot!!!
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Update on the list:

0 - Victory Blue (show car Geneva)
1 - Victory Blue (Singapore - Monza)
16 - Nero Carbonio (US - MarkMoon)
18 - Nero Carbonio (Hong Kong)
23 - Grigio Touring (sold FM SV)
38 - Victory Blue (Hong Kong - Vincent [SOLD])
48 - Victory Blue (South Africa)
53 - Nero Carbonio (Miami - For Sale)
54 - Grigio Touring (San Diego - For Sale)
61 - Nero Carbonio (sold FM Scottsdale)
62 - Grigio Touring (Agoura Hills - Paunch)
65 - Bianco Fuji (Washington DC - Briik)
73 - Victory Blue (SoCal - PKGS)
75 - Victory Blue (Manhattan Beach, CA - For Sale)
76 - Nero Carbonio (sold FM Rancho Mirage)
85 - Grigio Touring (sold MB of Ft. Lauderdale)
88 - Rosso Mondiale (Hong Kong)
92 - Victory Blue (Florida - saanik)
94 - Victory Blue (sold Maserati of Minneapolis)
115 - Victory Blue (NorCal - MC Victory)
121 - Victory Blue (Fort Lee, NJ - cdicovskiy)
123 - Bianco Fuji (Vancouver? - Edwi)
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Seriously thinking about this car (it would be great to have 2 SoCal owners) or an fully loaded LE (silver)...

I've searched the threads for an answer for MC Victory vs. LE but with no clear answer.

Any thoughts?

Also, in California, do you have to pay sales tax in a vehicle transaction with a private party?

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What is it that you would like to know about MCV vs. LE? Any specifics??

AFAIK, MCV and LE are just your regular GS with special trims and badges. However, MCV has those much sought-after MC12 seats and blue weave CF pieces inside and out. MCV also might have better (quicker) steering response...? not sure about this one...so don't hold me to it .

I hope you get that #75 MCV. From my experience, it's worth the extra $$. Those seats are simply TO-DIE-FOR!!!

Edit: oh, about the CA tax thing....are you kidding me? There is nothing here in CA that does not require a tax of some sort. Yes they will tax you on a private party sale if you want to register the vehicle in CA. However, the sale amount which they tax on is purely based on what you and the seller agreed to.

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PKGS - thanks for the info.

So the only thing that's keeping me from pulling the trigger is that I've finally found a private party LE for sale - 3k miles, silver / black (my preferred color combination) fully loaded with heated seats, skyhook, CD changer, etc and given that I have a 7 month old, I'm just wandering about the convenience of accessing the baby seat in the back without the power seats and also the exterior color (I like it but not as much as the silver - mind you, every time I look at the picture, it's growing on me)

Also, since I can't read the ebay listing's window sticker - that's not helping me with the fair comparison. SKyhook is listed as an option on the LE but I can't make it out on the MCV sticker....

Oh and btw, I've been looking at number 119 below........love the nero exterior but not sold on the interior.

http://www.globalautosports.com/car/...upe-23349.html

And you're right about the CA tax thing - bummer.....thought I'd ask though!

Maybe we will be doing this photo shoot..........that would be kinda cool

Edit: I was looking on the MCV list and I haven't seen #53 in Miami - anyone have any info?
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PKGS - thanks for the info.

So the only thing that's keeping me from pulling the trigger is that I've finally found a private party LE for sale - 3k miles, silver / black (my preferred color combination) fully loaded with heated seats, skyhook, CD changer, etc and given that I have a 7 month old, I'm just wandering about the convenience of accessing the baby seat in the back without the power seats and also the exterior color (I like it but not as much as the silver - mind you, every time I look at the picture, it's growing on me)

Also, since I can't read the ebay listing's window sticker - that's not helping me with the fair comparison. SKyhook is listed as an option on the LE but I can't make it out on the MCV sticker....

Oh and btw, I've been looking at number 119 below........love the nero exterior but not sold on the interior.

http://www.globalautosports.com/car/...upe-23349.html

And you're right about the CA tax thing - bummer.....thought I'd ask though!

Maybe we will be doing this photo shoot..........that would be kinda cool

Edit: I was looking on the MCV list and I haven't seen #53 in Miami - anyone have any info?
Great find!! I added #119 to the list. That is the first MCV that I've seen with the Cuoio interior. Not a big fan either.

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Skyhook was standard on all GranSport models including the MCV. I've found that the window sticker sometimes lists it as an option and sometimes not. But you can count on the MCV having Skyhook.

I think the seats being manual in the MCV might annoy you if you are loading and unloading passengers in the backseat. It doesn't bother me but I don't drive the car that often and I don't have an infant seat to deal with. But as PKGS said, the CF seats are wonderful. The driving experience with those seats is really a big plus for me.

Regarding #53 . . . it was listing on Ebay a while ago then disappeared. I saw it turn-up again recently for sale at Marshall Goldman in Ohio, listing for ~$60K. It was sold within a week or two.

Good luck with your search.

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I completely understand your concerns about the need to get to those back seats as I have two 2 year-old boys myself. Believe me, with my boys at age two, you just want to get them in or out of the car as quick as possible. This can only be achieved with a non-powered seat. Thank God those MCV seats are manual. All I have to do is just pull on the lever and seat back will spring forward in a blink of an eye. While the power seats in the regular GS you would have to wait for the motor to move the seat base at a speed that's slower than a snails crawl. The only I wish those MCV seats would have is heat. But here in southern cal, it's not an issue.

That #119 in your link looks real sharp with Nero and Tan interior. It's a real classy combo, no denying. However, again, here in socal with all that sun the Tan dash will just give you such a reflection on your windshield that's going to be a problem driving in sunny days which is 364 days here.

So, I'd still say....get that #75 and lets meet up for a photo op.

edit: about skyhook...i agree with what paunch said above.
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You guys are persuasive!!!!

I wish it was listed privately - I'm not so good with eBay.... Any tips for bidding?

Also, just found another MCV in my home country of the UK....and this is in my ideal color combination.......

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MASERATI-GRANS...3%3A1|294%3A50

Take care,

SCMF

Edit: What is the MSRP of an MCV pre-options? Is it the same as a normal GS ($98k pre-GG tax)?

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You guys are persuasive!!!!

I wish it was listed privately - I'm not so good with eBay.... Any tips for bidding?

Also, just found another MCV in my home country of the UK....and this is in my ideal color combination.......

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MASERATI-GRANS...3%3A1|294%3A50

Take care,

SCMF

Edit: What is the MSRP of an MCV pre-options? Is it the same as a normal GS ($98k pre-GG tax)?
That MCV is exactly like mine, with the little detail of which side is the drivers side. Too bad the ad doesn't show the build number so that I can add it to the registry.

Regarding your question . . . my window sticker shows that the MSRP for the MCV is $108,760 which doesn't include prep, delivery and destination charges. My MCV MSRP with options was $119,531.

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Hey guys, can anyone help us with this?

http://www.maseratilife.com/forums/s...3081#post63081

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0 - Victory Blue (show car Geneva)
1 - Victory Blue (Singapore - Monza)
16 - Nero Carbonio (US - MarkMoon)
18 - Nero Carbonio (Hong Kong)
23 - Grigio Touring (sold FM SV)
38 - Victory Blue (Hong Kong - Vincent [SOLD])
48 - Victory Blue (South Africa)
53 - Nero Carbonio (Miami - For Sale)
54 - Grigio Touring (San Diego - For Sale)
61 - Nero Carbonio (sold FM Scottsdale)
62 - Grigio Touring (Agoura Hills - Paunch)
65 - Bianco Fuji (Washington DC - Briik)
73 - Victory Blue (SoCal - PKGS)
75 - Victory Blue (Manhattan Beach, CA - For Sale)
76 - Nero Carbonio (sold FM Rancho Mirage)
85 - Grigio Touring (sold MB of Ft. Lauderdale)
81 - Nero Carbonio (sold FM of New England)
88 - Rosso Mondiale (Hong Kong)
92 - Victory Blue (Florida - saanik)
94 - Victory Blue (sold Maserati of Minneapolis)
115 - Victory Blue (NorCal - MC Victory)
121 - Victory Blue (Fort Lee, NJ - cdicovskiy)
123 - Bianco Fuji (Vancouver? - Edwi)

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Welcome!!! I added your #81 to the list. I would love to see the Nero interior with the Rosso stitching. I can't recall see any MCV with that interior. Post pictures if you can.

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Just found probably the only rosso mondiale mc victory in the US on ebay check it out http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/mcvic...=p4506.c0.m245 it the 93rd one a beauty great pictures. It says it's in a collection in Arvada CO. Someone might want to get in touch with this person.
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It is a beauty and I know someone who likes red and is interested in this car. No idea what their perception of the car's value is right now, but the starting bid makes me think they won't be unreasonable on the price.

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Just found probably the only rosso mondiale mc victory in the US on ebay check it out http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/mcvic...=p4506.c0.m245 it the 93rd one a beauty great pictures. It says it's in a collection in Arvada CO. Someone might want to get in touch with this person.
WOW! That is a great car in a VERY rare color (for MCVs).

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