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Should I take this forum and split it into three sub-forums that would be:

Coupe/Spider/Gransport
Quattroporte
GranTurismo
 

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I could see it for the new Granturismo, but the "current" QP/Coupe/Spyder share a lot of common interest, tips and advice.
 

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Well...:confused:

i think the Coupe/Spyder and Gran Sport need there own link, and maybe one for the Quattroporte.

the coupe class shares everything so why split them. on the other hand the sedan share the engine and trans., and not even that now that the auto has come and even the engine has different specs.

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No

From reading the threads, and enjoying them all, it seems everyone considers themselves Masser enthusiasts first and often talk of which one's attributes are preferred, and why. Weighing everyone’s experiences with each model is both interesting and informative. Who knows, based on posts in part, we may all want to get a Granturismo in a few. Personally, after reading all, I decided I will stick to the manual GT Coupe :)
 

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I think there are more similarities than differences between the cars.
The 4200 and QP share the same drive train, and the new GT is just a shortend QP.
 

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since this a democratic

forum and not republ---- i have a vote that chad--- anyway a lot of mutual interest in the same thing. please keep as one for now. thanks
 

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Definite NO vote from me. I think we use the board as a sort of community, we get to know the participants and care about what they have to say. This would be diluted if not lost altogether if the board is spread over models.

There aren't that many posts now and there is overlap between models in a good percentage of the threads.

This is the busiest and best board for Maserati owners - if it ain't broke . . .
Leave it as it is and revisit if things change.

Ken
 

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Definitely think that if there were significantly more activity it would be beneficial, but not with the current amount of posts. As it is, I am able to cover the grounds rather quickly.
 

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Definitely think that if there were significantly more activity it would be beneficial, but not with the current amount of posts. As it is, I am able to cover the grounds rather quickly.
I hear you. I usually click 'New Post' at the top instead of going forum to forum.
 

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Definite NO vote from me. I think we use the board as a sort of community, we get to know the participants and care about what they have to say. This would be diluted if not lost altogether if the board is spread over models.

There aren't that many posts now and there is overlap between models in a good percentage of the threads.

This is the busiest and best board for Maserati owners - if it ain't broke . . .
Leave it as it is and revisit if things change.

Ken
Ken,

Good point, I don't want to break this :)

Everyone, lets get more traffic so I can do it later!
 

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i own 2 out of the 3 cars... so it would be troublesome for me to check 2 subforums.

honestly, there aren't that many QP posts anyways.
i love to see more GT posts. at least, more enthusiasm.

agree with everyone in keeping it the same.
 

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Keep it as 1 for me...
 

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Definitely think that if there were significantly more activity it would be beneficial, but not with the current amount of posts. As it is, I am able to cover the grounds rather quickly.

I agree. Not enough of each to break off and plus I like to read all the posts really. I would guess since I have been here on MLife.com I would say an average of 10-12 threads are created every week so no need too.
 

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i am voting for "no". Not only that there isn't enough threads for each individual models, the setup of the models are practically the same.
 

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Voted no. Because:

Personally I think that there are bits of info in all of the threads, and sometimes i have found those bits about Gransport in QP threads as well...
And this "one-section" way the site helped me enormously to choose the model to my liking from the different existing ones!

And i like to browse for personal feelings/experiences about all our cars.

Oh btw. i'll finally get my dream car in two weeks. A brand new Gransport/full cuoio sella with very considerable discounts (from Germany). It has 80 kms on it. I just cannot wait that much :D
 
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