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I just found this site, very cool gents here :)

I am on the fence about parting with a 1967 Quatro. It is a moderate restoration project. It is a 100% total car, it has never been touched as far as messing with. It's all there. Engine will start, it is not frozen. Been sitting a while, but has been started.

I am not certain I have the funds to do the restoration, that's why I am considering parting with it, but I would like to get a sense of desirability before I say for sure.

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No worries there Ian, NEVER EVER! I will only sell to someone who wants to love and restore this rareity like I want/wanted to!
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A few Pictures 1967 Quattroporte

Here are a few photos of this car if anyone is interested. I have decided I just will not be able to do the restoration.

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Very Interesting Johnei.... didn't know about this '"attitude" which I heartily agree with. Didn't really knew it existed till I read your forward. THANKS! Food for thought! :)
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Sarah:

I forgot to post this on the F-Chat Maserati forum for you. Here is a picture of Frank Mandarano's GORGEOUS unrestored Quattroporte that he brought to last years Italian Concours too. Maserati used his car for the unveiling of the new Quattroporte back in 2005.
 

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Oh my, I kind of want that...let's talk $$$ shall we? What are you looking to get?
 
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