There's more to this BiTurbo then initially meets the eye. Those who know their Maseratis will home in on the TMS badges adorning the flanks and the rear. TMS stands for Trident Motor Sport, a British company run by then the managing director of Maserati UK to sort out the hot starting issues of Eighties BiTurbos using electronic fuel injection and Zytec ECU's. The £3,000 kit worked well, but proved a short lived need because Maserati sorted things out itself. But it does make this car special, because ONLY ten UK cars are believed to have been converted. This car's 26,500 miles can be largely attributed to 13 years spent on the Isle of Man. An extensive service and MOT history backs up the figures and great history. A rare opportunity to find such a fine example and infrequently found in this condition.