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Thread: 1985 Maserati Quattroporte

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    I don't know if seeing something that is for sale and posting it is entirely legal, but I've seen it done before. I spotted this car yesterday, located in Conifer Colorado, on the way back to Denver. I tried to capture the condition of the car as best as I could with my iPhone but the paper in the window described it all. Through further research, I found out that only 2,155 of these cars were made, This probably being one of the most pristine examples and I'm guessing only a handful of them here in the United States. I instantly thought of stanceworks hoping someone would do a tasteful build of this. This would definitely require a lot of time and money, but it would be insanely unique.

    covered plate 4

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    Looks as if a motor swap has been done

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    E you NEED that!
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    Looks pretty damn fresh. Im sure a 440 mopar is better than whatever was in there prior. At least you know itll run.

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    this needs to be turned into a drag car hahaha

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    id hit that

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    Well, at least the 440 is reliable as compared to the stock Maserati running gear. I'd love to have this. So odd.

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    Bag it :

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