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Once you get used to it, CC is pretty good. I was just thinking the other day how enjoyable it is to drive. Still very "connected" with the road, but faster shifting.
 

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How the hell do you own a car like this for 2 years and put only 3300 miles on it? He must have a spectacular garage. :D
 

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Just do it!

I think on a long term basis, i would much prefer the CC.
 

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Alex said:
it was a 6mt...

1. exact color I want. with the yellow piping
2. that dealership is right near me
3. I used to work for UAG (they own that dealership)
4. low miles
5. a 2005 with the large grill


but it is a CC :(
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Maserati-Spyder-2005-Maserati-Spyder-Navi-Sky-Hook-Carbon-Fiber-Lct-AZ_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ6313QQhashZitem270097394057QQitemZ270097394057QQrdZ1
This is one of the things that make a 6mt so hard to find.
(no one knows what to call the cc trans)
Keep up the hunt, the 6mt is the way to go.
 

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Was the 6MT ever available in the Spyder? So a low-mileage Spyder fully loaded (including the rare HI-FI option) for 69K not acceptable because of the F1 tranny?

Wow. (BTW, that car would go for 80K to 85K here in SoCal)


Alex, here is a short video about how a Spyder CC handles itself on the track. You may recognize the driver.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMHW_CmDXUE
 

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Yes, the Spyder was available with the 6 speed manual. In fact, there is one for sale about 15 miles from where I live:

http://www.parkplaceltd.com/vehicle.aspx?stockNo=15849&title=2002%20Maserati%20Spyder%20GT%20Convertible&inv=330&vin=ZAMBB18A920005928&pos=3&current=1&size=50&nav=All&filter=(Make='MASERATI')
 

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Alex,
Check out Buying & Selling, A great 2003 Coupe GT MT for sale just north of you! As the owner of a 2003 Coupe GT , all I can say is go for it. I love the color of his car and the wheels are beautiful.
Ron:)
 

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Ron Avery said:
Alex,
Check out Buying & Selling, A great 2003 Coupe GT MT for sale just north of you! As the owner of a 2003 Coupe GT , all I can say is go for it. I love the color of his car and the wheels are beautiful.
Ron:)

I believe Ron is reffering to my coupe GT for sale. I just listed it last night and live in Las Vegas. My number is in the ad which is at the bottom of the first page of buying and selling, coupes.

Robb
 

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I love a topless car so I thats why I wouldnt ever get a coupe. the convertible is the way to go in AZ. I have my top down 90% of the time March through summer - November. Even when it is hot I will have the top down.

I should just go for it and get a car with a F1 trans.

but this one barrier in the way.

(buying a condo)

http://www.phoenixcondomania.com/displayCondo.php?mls=2649752



 
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