2002 Maserati 4200 Cambiocorsa Coupe
Pretty 3-owner coupe in attractive Argento Silver with burgundy interior and just 43,373 miles
Supplied new in October 2002 by Lancaster Ferrari/Maserati of Colchester to its first owner the car is finised in attractive Argento Silver with contrasting oxblood burgundy leather interior and carpets. The car wears its original 15-spoke alloy wheels and features The six-speed F1 paddle operated transmission with automatic mode, Sport mode, rear parking sensors, heated electric memory seats, embossed head rests and a complex info-tainment centre.
This pretty four-seat coupe has had just three owners, and has been with our vendor since June 2017 and is unfortunately only for sale due to ill-health. A low mileage car, it has covered just 43,375 miles and has just flown through its MOT, running until 13th October 2021 without advisory. The history file includes the current V5C, old V5, owner's pack with manuals and service book showing an impressive 10 stamps all by Lancaster, the last at 34,249 miles in July 2015. In addition, we have a file of service invoices and 11 old MOTs plus Cobra Alarm installation information.
With respect to invoices, we see an invoice also from Lancaster for a more recent service in February 2017 at 40,231 miles costing £709.00, and another for a replacement track rod end in March 2017 at a cost of £196.40. Another invoice on file shows a replacement clutch in May 2914 at 32,243 miles at a cost of some £1575.46 also by Lancaster.
The car would no doubt benefit from some regular use and a service, given its limited use of only c.3,000 miles in the last 3 years which is a shame, these 4200's go like stink, sound superb and have a charm all of their own with a very active owner's club and forum online.
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Reg No: EX52ZUM
Chassis Number: ZAMBC38C000007866
Engine Number: 070506
Engine Size: 4244
Docs: V5C, Old V5, invoices; book pack, service book with 10 stamps; 11 old MOTs; current MOT October 2021
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