It's really simple to search out junkyard Maserati Biturbos, although the TC is extremely rare. Photo by Murilee Martin
In 1990, the listing price of a new TC by Maserati was $35,500, that will come about 70 grand in 2018 dollars. That's less expensive compared to $53k Allant, yet still by far the most expensive Chrysler that year (the 1990 Imperial listed just $24,995).
The 1989 TC by Maserati were built with a 160-horsepower turbocharged Chrysler 2.5 four-cylinder engine or even optional Maserati-built 2.2 engine rated at a remarkable 200 horsepower, nevertheless the 1990 and 1991 models sported a 141-horse Mitsubishi 6G72 V6 engine. The 6G72 made decent power, however it didn't seem very Italian.
This car is done and appears to be in good shape, even so it appears that anybody on the globe whose dream is a TC by Maserati already includes a half-dozen stashed away. Will all of its parts get rescued?