It would be nice if the car mags tested these cars on a some what regular basis. I had the privilege of seeing the first street driven maser gt in the states when they returned and dismissed this car as yet another too expensive and tempermental italian exotic; however lurking on this forum and talking to owners I find I was pleasantly mistaken. Moreover the car has real back seats for the kids in addition to the chain-driven cams of a ferrari engine. The Mondial which I considered is a distant memory now. I'd love to pick up a gransport coupe with FD goodies to take to the track but seeing the early coupes come down in price makes them VERY ATTRACTIVE, hence my initial inquiry re the sticky. Maybe I'll go to the factory when I'm in italy in april and ask them.Needs a lot of work chaps. Who's gonna do it?