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'90 - TC "still" 4-Sale - Beautiful w/LOW Miles


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~ I hope there's "someone" who will appreciate this Beautiful 90 Maserati TC in RARE "Exotic Red" w/Black Leather Interior. V6, fully equipted Automatic that only has 15,900 Actual miles on it! Why you might ask, it was my elderly mothers who only drove it twice after she purchased it, took a bad fall and couldn't drive at all after that. She passed away a few months ago so it became mine, we already have 3 cars so needless to say we don't need a 4th (otherwise I'd keep it). It's a JOY to drive, loads of Power with the V6, has the Convertible top and soft top, interior is immaculate. Serious inquires only, asking $9,000 OBO. <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> [color:"purple"]

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*Thank you for your inquirey:) This had been totally "garaged" until I got it in April. At that time I drove it up from Phx. and have it here in northern AZ where I live:) We live in Munds Park which is 17 miles south of Flagstaff, as for the exterior it has the usual couple of side-door "dings" but no paint chipped because of it. The interior is in Excellent condition (my mom only drove it a couple of times), then she had a bad fall and was unable to drive at all from then on. My Phone # is 928-286-1321 for any further info:) It will be listed in the Az Republic this Saturday*

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*Larry: Thanks for your email, you could have if it was at an Estate Sale in March. I ended up having the highest bid on it (that's how I came about getting it) <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> I knew it had only been driven a couple of times and had Low mileage plus it was so much fun when I test-drove it, I just couldn't resist:) I'm not sure what you mean about the "leatherique" though? If you mean just Armoral that's just because it had been in my moms garage, all I had to do was a little Armoral polishing of the leather etc. and it shines like brand new:)

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You should NEVER use Armor-all on TC leather! A Chrysler engineer at the TC national meet explained why. It seals the leather and ruins it. If you used that product on the leather you need to use Leatherique or similar high quality rejuvinator and cleaner to see if it can be removed and cleaned. If not, the leather will be trashed in a very short time.

I think I saw the car in the Honeybaked Ham parking lot in Glendale, around Easter.

Larry

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~Larry:

Thank you for the "heads-up", I've only done it once (that was right after I got the car) so I'll make sure and get the other product:) Yes, that was me at the Honey Baked place waiting in line for an Easter Ham - LOL!! Are you Sure you don't need a really Cute Maserati? <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

*Laurie <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> [color:"purple"]

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