From the USA
A 2002 Race Track Prepared Maserati Coupe Cambiocorsa
2002 Maserati Coupe Cambiocorsa
Build date: September 2002.
Chassis No: ZAMBC38A020008063.
Mileage: 4,084 miles.
Colour: Grigio Alfieri ( grey metallic ).
Interior: Pelle Tabacco ( tan leather ).
This Maserati is no half-race half-street car, it is a full on track runner. I drove it round the block and it's no mild mannered Maserati, but could be an evil road car if put back to road specification.
It was purchused new at Ferrari Long Island by the original owner and did not spend any time on the road. At time of purchase it was taken from the showroom floor to a race prep shop directly, it was never titled for road use nor did it ever have a licence plate. It was converted to race specification by Classic Coach, Elizabeth, NJ, and the owner raced for one season I think.
Modificatioons carried out by Classic Coach:
- Installed rear wing
- Installed front bumper spoiler
- Lowered vehicle
- Changed wheel alignment to an in-between street & race style wheel alignment
- ECU – re-programmed
- Installed cold air intake
- Lightened vehicle – removed interior / a/c cond. & cooling ducts
- Installed 2 OMP race seats
- Installed single loop roll bar
- Custom straight exhaust
I do know he raced it in the NE USA at a few events, fun racing, I don't think in the GT 3 class that this car was very competitive or that the owner was doing this for anything other than the fun of it. There is a photo of the car on track at Pocono, taken at the "Pocono — A Celebration of Speed & Design 2003", on the TMC website at www.themaseraticlub.com.
All parts including vent system, nav system, seats, A/C etc. are available and will be included in the sale, although it would be funny to roll up to a valet with the race seats still in it and watch them fumble with the harness.
My father purchased this car from the original owner, a member of TMC (The Maserati Club), and just parked it, although he had planned to put it back to US street spec. I am hoping to get a Maserati mechanic to go through it. I think it's in good mechanical shape and will pass close inspection however since it has not been run in a year and I think it would be cheap insurance before rolling the motor over.
Since I cannot drive it to the dealer and Maserati doesn't make house calls, I have to arrange to have someone flatbed it to the dealer on a sunny day (windows have been removed) and to flatbed it back to me. I don't know if there would be anyone on your side of the pond that would want this car, but it is a one of a kind.
Again thank you for your help love the site, like you I have always had a soft spot for Maseratis like the Bora, Khamsin, Ghibli and of course the Shamal.
Car located near West Palm Beach, Florida.
Offers in excess of US $25,000
- Will trade Maserati for straight BMW Z1 must have red interior.