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My Coupé CC is sold. Here is my new car : Coupé GT - 2003, Grigio Alfieri / Cuoio, lowered, tubi-style, carbon bonet Trofeo-like, 19" Trofeo-Design wheels, for more and larger pictures click here





 

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I absolutely love it!
 

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The manual is more involving. Not as fast as the CC, but you can manage yourself if the gear changes are fast, slow, brutal, soft... The gearbox is not as good as a Porsche-one (the reference), it is difficult to find the "spot" for the 1st, 2nd and 6th gear. The main advantage is I rediscover how much torque have the car ! Even in 5th gear the tyres slip a bit if you change the gears brutaly !!! And I have Michelin PS2 tyres ! Globaly it is not better or worst, it is different... And still so fun...
 

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thebimbo said:
So how is the manual? How does it compare to the CC? It's many years since I tried one...
The manual sucks...lol

But...it's more involving and I'm a traditionalist. They get better with miles and once it's warmed up.

Those wheels are pimp!! Grats on the purchase.
 

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Is that a carbon fiber hood? Looks very aggressive.
 

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Swiss-Maserati said:
My Coupé CC is sold. Here is my new car : Coupé GT - 2003, Grigio Alfieri / Cuoio, lowered, tubi-style, carbon bonet Trofeo-like, 19" Trofeo-Design wheels, for more and larger pictures click http://www.lioneljaquet.com/galerie/albums/userpics/10001/[/quote]

Where can I get hold of the carbon bonet?
 
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