It would be completely wrong to post used cars from Italy and not include a Biturbo. Or at least I think so, and for that reason you get to admire this 1985 Maserati 425 Biturbo.
It’s a very well-kept, low-mileage example of the four-door Biturbo body and is even reasonably priced. Take a look.
Photographing the Maserati hasn’t been the seller’s strong point, as a lot of the photos seem to feature gravel more than the car.
But here you see the flanks are straight and shiny.
The engine bay is reassuringly shiny and the hoses do not look badly weathered for a 1985 car.
But then again, have you ever seen a high-mileage Biturbo? It feels like the sixth digit on the odo is redundant on these.
The interior on this 48k km car is spotless and unripped, and despite the elderly cloth choice looks like a genuinely nice place to be.
You get leather on the dashboard, a bulky stereo, air-con and the famous clock.
The seller is asking only 5,800 eur for this “molto bello” 425. It’s slow E30 money these days for anything this clean, and If I had to rely on a Biturbo it would be this example.