A tangible symbol of Maserati engineering and a worthy descendant of the company’s greatest racing machines, the Maserati MC12 was designed from the outset to conquer the FIA GT Championship. Thanks to its relationship with Ferrari, Maserati utilized the Enzo as a platform for build total of 50 road legal cars were made available for purchase (along with another additional five pieces that Maserati kept for themselves). Also borrowed from the Enzo was the 6.0-liter, 12-cylinder engine, which developed 630 hp. The MC12 boasted a 0 to 100 kph time of just 3.8 seconds and a top speed in excess of 205 mph. All this power was harnessed by Maserati’s Cambiocorsa 6-speed transmission.
Well, there’s still one special Maserati among them all. With a mileage of just 9800 km, a full service and necessary repairs were carried out in March 2009, totalling €40,000, photo documentation of which is available from EDO Competition Services, this special Maserati MC12 Stradale is available for sale on JamesList.
This MC 12 comes with a FXX exhaust manifold, stainless steel sport exhaust, electrically adjustable headlight covers and exterior mirrors. And if you’re still wondering what makes this car oh-so-special, take a closer look at its driver side door and you’ll notice something familiar in the world of racing. Michael Schumacher’s autograph! The car was signed by the motor sport legend himself. For sale at €671,429 ($882,000), this Maserati sure is a special one. An incredible opportunity to acquire a true 21st century supercar.