Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Sydney Australia
A concours car = you can literally eat off every part of the car, you are paranoid about taking it anywhere, usually 'better than new" in every respect. Every clip, bolt, fastener and paint finish is as per original factory specifications. No modifications unless period correct for that model. Sadly these cars are usually garage queens and get trailered to events.
There are only a handful of concours standard 105's in Australia and most change hands by word of mouth so its surprising this one is listed on carsales. It wouldnt be that hard to spend $50,000 on a restoration at all.
I don't know what true concourse 105's change hands for, dose anyone remember the french blue 1750 for sale for $40,000 not long ago? i think he got not too far off that amount, and even that wasnt quite concourse, i saw it at the concorso.
Maserati Ghibli II
Defender 110 Td5
Last edited by GoldCloverLeaf; 03-22-2007 at 07:33 PM.