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Gonna go look at a 2002 Maserati Spyder CC next week. Guy says he is second owner and has all records since mile #1. Have any tips on what to look for??? What should raise red flags? All I know for now is that clutch and F1 pump was replaced at 22k miles, top replaced at 20k miles. Brakes are still original and car now has 38k miles. Thanks in advanced everyone. Any help would be greatly appreciated?
 

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Maserati Spyder Cc

I Have Found Out With Italian Cars Always Buy The Last Model Year, As They Are Innovators And Creators When They Finally Get It Right They Change The Design So I Would Opt For The 06 Gs Spyder




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06 Qp Sport
 

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Have any tips on what to look for???
The '02 cars had the most problems. However, that doesn't mean you can't find a good one. A pre-purchase inspection (PPI) from a shop other than the seller will help you get a clear picture of what you are getting into.

Here is a list of things the PPI should cover...
http://www.maseratilife.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2875&highlight=inspection



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Get a 2004 or newer

I believe they had some things sorted out by 2004 MY. Someone straighten me out if I am wrong, but with a 2004 no F1 pump/relay issue, glass rear window instead of plastic (I think they had this in the 2003's as well), and most importantly, ... a cupholder!!
 
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