Choice of interior and exterior colours, plus a personal numberplate - all in 1/43 scale
22 June 2009

Maserati fans can now buy a personalised Quattroporte, Quattroporte S, and Granturismo S for just £194 (230 Euros).

As ever, if the deal sounds too good to be true then it probably is - in this case, that's because the cars in question are 1/43 scale models.

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However, for your money you do get an extremely detailed model.

Buyers can choose from seven exterior and two interior colours, five different brake caliper colours, two different kinds of rims, and select a sunroof which is made of glass. You can also have a personalised numberplate written in one of four fonts.

The price includes shipping within 30 days of your order, and the model can be returned free of charge if you aren't happy with it.

Alternatively, you can just configure the car and admire it online.

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