Don't pay more than a few hundred Euros for such a car. And check out for rust - early Biturbo fall apart if there's any humidity in the air, and the worst thing is that they mostly start rotting from the inside (inside the doors, inside the fenders, behind the headlights, inside the sills or inside the rear pillars) and you won't see the damage until it's too late and has come out on the other side. Also the electrics on these cars were terrible - they never worked and they never will unless the entire wiring harness, fuse box and main circuit boards are rebuilt professionally or replaced with something from later models (from the 222 onwards they were much better).I am going to buy a maserati biturbo 1985 with 2000cc engine.
The owner told me that the engine block is damaged and this is the reason why he sells the car.
Did anyone had a relative situation.
Does anyone know how much a new cylinder block costs?