Maserati has produced some incredible cars over the years with the Biturbo being often regarded as the black sheep of the family. Available in several different guises from 1982 including saloon and coupe, the rarest is undoubtedly the Zagato styled Spyder like this stunning example.
With good examples getting harder to find and prices on the increase, we think it’s about time the black sheep of the family got a bit more attention.
Our late 1989 Spyder is, in our opinion, the pick of the crop. Sitting on a shortened platform, it’s more agile than the coupé but, unsurprisingly, less stiff. Giving the car that sporty feel. From 1988 the models were upgraded and our 2.8 variant boasts fuel injection, 247bhp and the later special order 4 speed automatic gearbox.
Originally ordered new by a London based Sheik, the car has a meticulous service history and has wanted for nothing.
Our client finally purchased the car after chasing it for over 5 years. With approximately 27k documented miles when purchased, she now has just over 31k and has been most recently owned by the chairman of the Maserati club Ireland.
Having been improved during his ownership the car has had major servicing including tyres less than 400 miles ago. The driver’s and passenger seat bolsters renewed with factory Alcantara and rare LaSalle Maserati clock has been recently serviced. It’s a beautiful piece sought after by automobile collectors and is a welcome edition on any dash.
For us, the Biturbo is a completely underrated car that has now come out of the shadows of its former competitors. A truly fun car to drive with big boost and a beautiful wedge shape design, this is one of the nicest available both here and the U.K.
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