Very interesting information, 16 years, later as I bought exactly the same Maserati you have - 2004 Cambriocorsa Spyder. However, I bought mine from a dealer that sold Porsches and Mercedes - no Ferrari! So, in retrospect, I was in a seller's market and paid full sticker........oh well. I only saw a half dozen around Dallas for 5 or 6 years and now, since 2010, I haven't seen another in ages.........could be there are in storage, like mine. With a total of 20K miles, it's a nice Spring or Fall Sunday driver, but it is fun.........after all these years!!!!I dont know if everybody realizes one of the major reasons that prices of Spyders and GT's are sooo depressed. When I purchased my car in June I received a 14.5% discount off sticker. When I was discussing this with the finance manager he told me the reason why. Ferrari is trying soo hard to make Maserati successful in America they are offering a specific deal to its dealers. For every 3 or 4 Maseratis (spyders and GTs) sold here, a dealer get an extra Ferrari alloted to them. Considering Ferraris sell at from 50-100k or more over sticker price a dealer knows that they can sell the Maseratis at a discount, maybe break even, just to get that extra Ferrari. Until Ferrari discontinues this practice, which I hope happens with the Quattroporte success the depressed prices will continue. As long as the new cars are selling for 10-15k under sticker the used ones of course will be pushed down as well.