Thank you. Here are the production numbers again:
The last number is the amount of cars made:
2001-2007 Spyder GT M138ADM M138/F136R (574)
2001-2007 Coupé GT M138ABM M138/F136R (1078)
2002-2007 Spyder Cambiocorsa M138ADE M138/F136R (3134)
2001-2007 Coupé Cambiocorsa M138ABE M138/F136R (5371)
2002-2007 GranSport Coupe M138ABC M138P/F136RB (2432)
2004-2007 Spyder 90th Anniversary M138ADC M138P/F136RB (181)
2004-2005 GranSport Spyder M138ADC M138P/F136RB (472)
2005-2007 GranSport Contemporary Classic M138ABC M138P/F136RB (part of GranSport numbers)
2006 GranSport MC Victory Coupe M138ABC M138P/F136RB (181)
As you can see the special editions and Gransport Spyder are the rarest followed by the 6 Speed manuals(GT means manual. If you have a cambiocorsa it is not a GT or a true manual) . Coupes out number Spyders by well over double. Also 3200's were all coupes, and production was just under 5000. It shows GT 6 speed manual production started first in 2001, but funny thing is you could not get them until mid 2002 in North America well after the CC was available. Dealers liked the fact the CC was a $10,000.00 option meaning they made more money on the deal. Most 6 speeds were special orders from the factory as they were very hard to get from Maserati N.A.
I have a 2006 GranSport Spyder with a 6 speed F-1 transmission (paddle shifters & electronic clutch). Are you considering that a manual transmission or referring to cars with an actual stick shift?