Magic of Depreciation: 2002 Maserati Coupe

Italian Week continues on DT:  This next car comes as a tip from Matt C who writes: I was actually looking for a Biturbo as I figured that it would be in the DT price range… and instead I found a much better looking Maserati that probably will be way less expensive to maintain: A 2002 Coupe GT for just $16000! Or just one thoroughly worn out, 200,000 mile E36 chassis M3 more than the “Alpha Romero” I emailed earlier this week.  Find this 2002 Maserati Coupe offered for $16000 in Atlanta, GA via craigslist.

 From the seller:

2002 maserati coupe 

fuel: gas 

title status: clean 

transmission: manual 

This is a rare color combo for this car. The car has an all Leather headliner, Blue with yellow stitching & pipping on the seats, CD changer, Spare tire option, and upgraded factory stereo. I had all of the Tires put on brand new with less than 200 miles ago. All the original speakers were changed from the factory speakers to Alpine speakers. New oil change was done at the same time as the tires were installed. I have all the records from Ferrari Maserati of Central FL where the car was originally bought new. New clutch Installed 5000 miles ago by Ferrari ($9k plus job). All of the sticky buttons were fixed By the dealer ($2k job) and Tubi exhaust installed. Car has always been garage kept so there is no paint fade or leather shrinking issues. Car runs and drives perfect with zero issues and no accident history. Clean CarFax!!! This is an excellent weekend car (what I used it for) and is the best bang for your dollar. This car sold New for $97,000 and the NADA book value with no upgrades High retail priced at $33,900. The Low retail is $22,500. Please call or text me for more information or pictures. Thanks

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