> Well I have had one since 87 and it is not reliable at all. I think 10yr
> old girls put the electicals in. It sounds good but that is about it.
> 175000 sounds amazing for an italian automobile( except fiat), how many
> engines did that include? 4,5 or 6. The only good Maserati engine I
> have every worked on was the v6 in the Citroen SM(ah what a car)but it even
> did not have a long running life 100k tops usually.
How many engines? I dont want to turn this into a pissing contest, and
the sarcasm we can do without. FYI the v6 in the SM is the same engine as
the biturbo. ...and you consider fiat better than Maserati. I have had a
124 spyder for 15 years, and it hasnt been care free. The Maserati has. I
guess it all depends on how you take care of your cars. My cousin has
150,000 on his Yugo, and my neighbor cant get 30,000 out of his Mercedes
500. He beats the hell out of it though.