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Ferrari Testarossa: Buying guide and review (1984-1992)

Ferrari Testarossa: Buying guide and review (1984-1992) Classic and Performance Car
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Is there a car more eighties than the Ferrari Testarossa? In the age where greed was good, this was one of the most excessive machines of its day, with those ostentatious side strakes and massive girth. But while the Testarossa was no shrinking violet, at least it had the go to match the show – it could dismiss the 0-60mph sprint in little more than five seconds before topping out at over 180mph. 
 
The Testarossa combines an unmistakable rising shoulder line with a low and incredibly purposeful profile. The stack of five strakes along the side of the door, leading into the car’s cooling and intake system, are one of the the most recognisable features. It all adds up to a car that looks like nothing else, as well as a little bit larger than a two-seater Ferrari ought to. 
 
At least that’s what we thought. In the context of modern machinery, the Testarossa barely a few centimetres broader than today's 599 and FF. It was also an inch narrower than its closest rival, the Countach, thanks to those bulging rear arches. It’s one of those designs that looks a little bit odd to begin with, but has improved with time and age.
 
Step inside and there’s no disguising Ferrari’s rampant pillaging of the Fiat parts bin. It’s a fairly simple interior, but many also go as far as saying it's incredibly dated. We're not sure that's necessarily a bad thing though, with little to detract from the driving experience. That relatively narrow-rimmed Momo steering wheel is a delight too. 
 
Which one to buy? 
 
Because we’re covering only the Testarossa here, and not its successors the 512TR (1992-1994) and F512M (1994-1996), you don’t have to decide which generation of flat-12 Ferrari to buy. As a result, it’s a question of just working out whether you want the iconic earlier edition with the high-mounted door mirror or a later car with vaguely more discreet looks. But not much. 
 
We wouldn’t sway you either way; in reality you’ll probably end up simply buying the best example you can find. Perhaps the biggest issue for many of these cars is that they’re rarely used, which can lead to all sorts of problems such as dried-out seals, hardened O-rings and gaskets along with gummed up injectors and perished hoses. 
 
They’re frequently left for ages, barely serviced because they’re not run, then when the time comes to sell, there’s a whole heap of recommissioning work to do. Doing this properly costs plenty, so if the car you’re buying has clearly done very few miles in recent years, pay for a professional inspection which will highlight the scale of any work needed. 
 
Performance and specs
 
Engine 4942cc, 12-cylinder 
Power 390bhp @ 5750rpm
Torque 354lb ft @ 4500rpm
Top speed 181mph
0-60mph 5.3sec
Fuel consumption 22mpg
Gearbox Five-speed manual
 
Dimensions and weight
 
Wheelbase 2550mm
Length 4485mm
Width 1976mm
Height 1130
Kerb weight 1506kg
 
Common problems 
 
• The Testarossa’s bodyshell is made from aluminium, apart from the steel roof and doors. Underneath this is a steel frame, which rarely suffers from corrosion as the Testarossa was very well made.
 
• It’s worth checking the aluminium panels for signs of flaking paint though, as it can peel off. Look for bubbling along the door bottoms as well as the wings where they meet the A and B-posts.
 
• Accident damage is another spectre to check for. Those strakes are a nightmare to repair, so if all five fins aren’t straight and parallel, suspect foul play. Also see if the front and rear bonnets are aligned properly and if they close easily. If they don’t, the catch is probably out of kilter.
 
• The flat-12 is very strong, but it has to be looked after by a specialist, and that’s costly. An annual service (or every 6250 miles) is essential, as are fresh cam belts every 15,000 miles (or 3-4 years); the engine has to come out to replace these.
 
• Pre-1989 cars can suffer from water pump gremlins. Ferrari issued a recall to fix things, so see if there’s reference to a water pump chain update in the service history.
 
• See if the engine fires from cold; it should start immediately, unless it hasn’t been run for a few weeks. Expect the flat-12 to idle at 2500rpm until warm, at which point it should settle to a nice even 1000rpm.
 
• Transmissions are strong (all cars got a five-speed manual gearbox), but you won’t be able to engage second until everything has warmed up.
 
• Clutches generally have to be changed every 10-15,000 miles or so, which is an engine-out job. While you’re at it, convert to a 512TR set-up, which can double the mileage you’ll get between fresh clutches.
 
• The Testarossa is a heavy car, which takes its toll on the suspension. There are six dampers, all of which can wear out, while the suspension bushes also perish. Replacing any of these isn’t the end of the world though.
 
• Vibrations when driving are probably down to the car having been left standing, leading to the tyres going hard or even suffering from flat spots.
 
• The interior trim doesn’t always wear very well, but letting in some fresh leather isn’t all that costly and any professional trimmer can do it. Check the leather dash top for shrinkage, especially in the corners.
 
• The electrics aren’t usually all that reliable, so check that everything works – you can bet that some things won’t. The items most likely to give trouble are the air-con, lights and windows, as well as any aftermarket alarm or immobilisers.
 
Model history
 
1984: The Testarossa debuts with a 4942cc flat-12 carried over from the Boxer, but with revised cooling and timing systems plus new cylinder heads. There’s also a fresh Bosch fuel injection system. These earlier cars feature a driver’s door mirror half-way up the A-post plus single centre but knock-on alloy wheels.
 
1988: From this point on the door mirrors are both mounted at the base of the A-pillar and the wheels are now held on by five studs.
 
1992: The Testarossa is replaced by the 512TR, after 5648 examples have been produced. 
 
Owners clubs, forums and websites
 
• www.ferrariownersclub.co.uk
• www.fcars.co.uk
• www.ferrariownersclub.org
• www.ferrarichat.com
 
Summary and prices
 
Perhaps it’s those dated looks that have kept Testarossa values low for many years, but with any car wearing the prancing horse now increasing in worth at an exponential rate, bargains are much harder to find than they once were. 
 
At the very top of the market are the extremely low-mileage collector-spec cars, which today are fetching upwards of £250,000. While this might seem excessive, there are perfect cars with a few more miles on the clock for a much more sensible £160,000. Good examples can be found for around £100,000, while projects needing some work could be had from around £60,000. 
 
So, this iconic pin-up that adorned the walls of teenage boys’ bedrooms the world over isn’t yet completely out of reach, unlike many of its predecessors. So if you’ve hankered after a Testarossa for a while but haven’t scratched that itch, you’d better do it now while you still can. 
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Last updated: 6th Jun 2016
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  • 1989 Ferrari Testarossa

    £135,000 £135,000

    Gearbox: Manual Mileage: 21000 Age: 1989 F reg Manufactured in March 1989 this is one of the 450 UK specification cars. It has covered 22,000 miles documented by MOT certificates and will be sold with fresh belt service. In excellent condition throughout and drives beautifully, it comes with a large history file from new, including all the MOT certificates back to 1997 at 11,180 miles. It comes with all its original handbooks in their original leather folder, as well as the original toolkit and wheel changing kit. With an MOT until June 2017 and fresh service, this car needs absolutely nothing and is ready for immediate use.

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  • Ferrari Testarossa Coupe 1991

    €165,000(£139,738.50) €165,000(£139,738.50)

    Ferrari Testarossa 1991 in marvelous original condition Ferrari Testarossa was designed by Pininfarina and built in Maranello, Italy between 1984 and 1991. This 1991 Ferrari is in an absolute perfect and original condition. Paint, interior, sutures etc are perfect. Colour Rosso Corsa combined with black leather interior. The car has the original 4942 CC V12 390 HP engine and 5-speed manual gearbox. In november 2014 thas car got maintenance service at the Ferrari dealer Kroyman in Holland (at 50.300 km). Only driven 400 km since then. Also the disc brakes, brake pads, tires, clutch and timing chain were replaced. The original toolkit and jack are present. So optical and technical a perfect Ferrari Testarossa and a very good investment. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1991
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  • Ferrari Testarossa Coupe 1988

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    SOLD/VERKAUFT/VENDU/VERKOCHT Ferrari Testarossa 1988 perfect fully original 1988 Ferrari Testarossa, designed by Pininfarina. This icon of the eighties is in a very good original condition. The paint in colour Rosso Corsa, the black leather interior and body seams are perfect. The 4942 cc V12 390 hp engine is in a well maintained condition and runs perfect. At the moment the car has driven 79100 km. Maintenance service at 76800 km (new clutch, new water pump, new tires etc). Excellent investment with a lot of potential. The car will be delivered with new maintenance service. Car has Austrian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1988
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  • Ferrari Testarossa

    £174,995 £174,995

    This remarkable Testarossa is probably one of the best and lowest mileage LHD cars on the market today. It was delivered new in Milan to its only owner and was first registered on the road on 9 January 1989. In the 27 years since, it has been driven for less than 3,000 kilometres. Recently benefitting from a very extensive (28,000 euro) cambelt service and clutch replacement by Milanese dealer Rossocorsa, this stunning one owner car is driving exactly as it should. Complete with full sets of tools and books in their original leather folio, and in virtually 'as new' condition throughout, including the pristine Rosso Corsa bodywork and black leather interior. This rare find has Ferrari Classiche certification and would be a worthwhile addition to any collection.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 1800 mi
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  • 2007 Ferrari Testarossa

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    Ferrari Testarossa Additional Information Stunning Ferrari Testarossa in classic Rosso Corsa/Tan combination. With tool roll and original jack. This is an exceptional original car with unmarked interior and exterior. Testarossa's are finally reaching their rightful place and nice original cars like this are hard to find.

    • Year: 2017
    • Mileage: 33436 mi
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  • 1986 Ferrari Testarossa

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    Ferrari Testarossa Additional Information 1986 Ferrari Testarossa, Single Mirror, "Monospecchio". Yellow with Black interior. 16" Knock-on wheels. Sold with unused 3-Piece Ferrari luggage. Diff strengthened, new radiators two years ago. Originally Swiss car, been with present owner since 2004 when it was imported. Original exhaust and air-box available with sale. Car has been featured in numerous magazines including Classic & Sportscar and Evo Magazine. Rare car.

    • Year: 2017
    • Mileage: 45141 mi
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  • 1990 Ferrari Testarossa Coupe Sports

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    Ferrari Testarossa Additional Information This stunning Ferrari Testarossa is a 1990 model presented in classic Rosso Corsa with Nero leather interior and matching carpets. This car benefits greatly from a sports exhaust system unleashing a truly magnificent flat 12 roar allowing you to make the most of the glorious engine. This Testarossa comes complete with the leather wallet, service book and owners manual. With most recent works carried out at our own facility, this is a prime example of a well loved and well maintained appreciating classic. Doubling as a wonderful investment and an excellent weekend car. This Testarossa has 32,490 kilometres on the clock which is only 20,188 miles.

    • Year: 2017
    • Mileage: 20188 mi
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  • 1993 Ferrari Testarossa 512 TR

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    Ferrari Testarossa Additional Information A beautiful Rossa Corsa Ferrari 512 Testarossa with black interior. LHD 19,353 miles (31,1477kms). An absolutely immaculate car, simply stunning in the flesh. Would make a perfect investment opportunity. Available to view at our showroom on Ruxley Lane.

    • Year: 2017
    • Mileage: 19353 mi
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  • 1990 Ferrari Testarossa Coupe

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    Ferrari Testarossa Additional Information A Late 1990 Nero Stellato Ferrari Testarossa with Crema interior, completed with a Capristo exhaust. A new clutch and tyres fitted under 4000 miles ago. The breaks have been upgraded with 360 alloys, as well as coming with an upgraded stereo and speakers. Being sold at a current mileage of 25,095 miles, the car will also come with the number plate, F12 TSR.

    • Year: 2017
    • Mileage: 25095 mi
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  • 1991 Ferrari Testarossa

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    Ferrari Testarossa Additional Information 1991, only 25,313 kms or 15,728 Miles. Red on black, totally orginal, tool kit, Service book stamps from Ferrari Japan, Owners manual, Spare wheel, Alpina Stereo. lovely car .

    • Year: 2017
    • Mileage: 15728 mi
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  • 1988 Ferrari Testarossa

    $139,900(£112,255.76) $139,900(£112,255.76)

    The Classic Car Gallery is proud to offer this stunning and rare 1988.5 Ferrari Testarossa. This collector grade car is in stunning condition!!! The car is a documented three owner car. She is a no stories, Non-Smoker, and has only travelled less than 15,000 documented miles. The previous owners spared no expense in making sure the car remained in showroom condition both mechanically and cosmetically; the car is crisp and gorgeous. This car had a belt service in 2010 less than 4000 miles ago. Full maintenance records are available on the car since new. This Ferrari is one of the finest Testarossa's we have seen, and one of the nicest on the market today! The responsive and powerful 5.0 Liter Boxer 12 engine runs well, and has great power and torque. The 5 Speed gated Manual Transmission shifts as it should, and the clutch is excellent. This Ferrari runs and drives as well as it looks. The exterior is finished in its original Rosso Corsa Red, and is in amazing condition. No apparent nicks, dings or scratches can be seen. The Beige (often called tan) leather interior is in equally good condition, the leather is supple, and shows almost no wear. She has an eclipse stereo. The car runs

    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 14000 mi
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  • Ferrari Testarossa

    £219,995 £219,995

    Make: Ferrari Model: Testarossa First Registered: 10/04/1990 Mileage: 138 Miles Previous Owners: 1 Engine: 5.0ltr Flat 12 Transmission: Manual Paint Colour: Rosso Corsa Red Trim Colour: Creama Carpet Colour: Red Doors: 2 Seats: 2 MOT: 12 Months TAX: TBA HPI: Clear Warranty: 3 Month Cover Included - Upgrades Available

    • Year: 1990
    • Mileage: 138 mi
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  • Ferrari Testarossa

    £144,995 £144,995

    Make: Ferrari Model: Testarossa First Registered: 17/09/1990 (H) Mileage: 23,900 Miles Previous Owners: 4 Engine: 5.0 Ltr Transmission: Manual Paint Colour: Rosso Corsa Trim Colour: Crema Carpet Colour: Bordeaux Doors: 2 Seats: 2 MOT: 12 Months TAX: TBA HPI: Clear Warranty: 3 Month Cover Included - Upgrades Available

    • Year: 1990
    • Mileage: 23900 mi
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  • 1985 Ferrari Testarossa

    $117,500(£94,282) $117,500(£94,282)

    1985 Ferrari Testarossa: Extremely Desirable Single Mirror Car This 1985 Ferrari Testarossa is a very desirable single mirror model and European delivery example. Red with tan interior and only 21k miles. It's a three owner car from new with a clean carfax. It also comes accompanied by its tool kit. The car is mechanically sound and drives well but could use servicing at this point. -Desirable Early Production Flying Mirror Testarossa -Accomplanied by its Tool Kit -21k miles -European Delivery 4,943 CC DOHC Flat 12-Cylinder Engine Bosch KE-Jetronic Fuel Injection 390 BHP at 5,750 RPM 5-Speed Manual Transaxle 4-Wheel Ventilated Disc Brakes Independent Front Suspension with Coil Springs Independent Rear Suspension with Twin Coil Springs An absolute bargain at $117,500

    • Year: 1985
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  • Ferrari Testarossa

    £154,995 £154,995

    Today the car is presented in stunning condition and it is clear that this car has been well looked after from new having covered an indicated 25,400 Miles, this Testarossa is accompanied by its original tools and books, with full UK registration and is located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately.

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  • Ferrari Testarossa Monospecchio '86

    €190,000(£160,911) €190,000(£160,911)

    Jean-Pierre Van Rossem was much admired and criticized. This was his personal car in 1986-1987! The Ferrari Testarossa (Type F110) went into production in 1984 as the successor to the Berlinetta Boxer. The Pininfarina-designed car was originally produced from 1984 to 1991, with two model revisions following the ending of Testarossa production and the introduction of the 512 TR and F512 M which were produced from 1992 to 1996. Almost 10,000 Testarossas, 512 TRs, and F512 Ms were produced, making it one of the most-produced Ferrari models, despite its high price and exotic design. The Testarossa premiered at the 1984 Paris Auto Show. All versions of the Testarossa had the power fed through the wheels from a rear-mounted, five-speed manual transmission. The rear mid-engine (between the axles but behind the cabin) keeps the centre of gravity in the middle of the car, which increases stability and improves the car's cornering ability, and thus results in a standing weight distribution of 40/60. The original Testarossa was re-engineered for 1992 and released as the 512 TR, and the F512 M at the 1994 Paris Auto Show. The car dropped the TR initials and added the M which in Italian stood f

    • Year: 1986
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  • Ferrari Testarossa Yellow '90

    €135,000(£114,331.50) €135,000(£114,331.50)

    Lowered price from €150.000 -> €135.000 Excellent investment opportunityYellow is the original Ferrari colour and just about all Testarossa’s are red! The Ferrari Testarossa (Type F110) went into production in 1984 as the successor to the Berlinetta Boxer. The Pininfarina-designed car was originally produced from 1984 to 1991, with two model revisions following the ending of Testarossa production and the introduction of the 512 TR and F512 M which were produced from 1992 to 1996. Almost 10,000 Testarossas, 512 TRs, and F512 Ms were produced, making it one of the most-produced Ferrari models, despite its high price and exotic design. The Testarossa premiered at the 1984 Paris Auto Show. All versions of the Testarossa had the power fed through the wheels from a rear-mounted, five-speed manual transmission. The rear mid-engine (between the axles but behind the cabin) keeps the centre of gravity in the middle of the car, which increases stability and improves the car's cornering ability, and thus results in a standing weight distribution of 40/60. The original Testarossa was re-engineered for 1992 and released as the 512 TR, and the F512 M at the 1994 Paris Auto Show. The car dropped t

    • Year: 1990
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  • Ferrari Testarossa Monospechio

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    With the exception of the limited-run F50, Enzo and LaFerrari, the Testarossa series (including the 512 TR and F512 M) is the last of the 12-cylinder mid-engined Ferraris. The car was launched with a stunning showcase event at the Lido Club in Paris in October 1984, and its classic status has seemed inevitable ever since. The 390bhp from the flat-12 runs through a five-speed manual gearbox, and can propel the car up to 180mph. This particular Ferrari Testarossa is a great example of an original left-hand-drive car in the highly desirable single-mirror (monospecchio) configuration. It was completed in Maranello in 1986. This Testarossa is finished in the iconic Ferrari red (Rosso Corsa) with cream (Crema) hide and beige carpets. The five-spoke knock-off magnesium alloy wheels are in superb condition. While originally delivered to the USA, this particular Ferrari has spent much of its life abroad.

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  • Ferrari Testarossa Monodado

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    The Paris Motor Show in October 1984 saw the return of the glorious Testarossa as heir to the 512 BBi. Pininfarina’s design broke somewhat with tradition and was striking and innovative. The side intakes were larger than on the previous model and this constraint saw the introduction of the long side strakes that would become the Testarossa’s most recognisable feature. The evolution of the 12-cylinder boxer engine saw it equipped with four valves per cylinder: the most powerful engine mounted on a production sports car at the time of its launch. The Testarossa was a model that took its name from the company’s history, being derived from the successful 500 and 250 Testa Rossa series of sports racing cars from the late fifties. This particular Ferrari Testarossa is a great example of an original left-hand-drive car. It was completed in Maranello in 1987. This Testarossa is finished in the iconic Ferrari red (Rosso Corsa) with black (Nero) hide and black carpets. The five-spoke knock-off magnesium alloy wheels are in superb condition. There is a full service history that accompanies the car. The paint work is all factory original and will be fully serviced by Foskers before delivery.

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  • 1989 Ferrari Testarossa Coupe

    $145,000(£116,348) $145,000(£116,348)

    In 1984, Ferrari unveiled its latest twelve-cylinder flagship, the replacement for the pretty but ageing Berlinetta Boxer series. The new car’s no-apologies body was designed by Pininfarina, an angular, impossibly low and wide machine that was graced with the most outrageous set of air intakes anyone had ever seen. If the styling didn’t stir up enough controversy, the choice of a name for the new car certainly did: Testarossa – a name steeped in motorsport history- was given to a car that had no intentions of ever seeing a racetrack. But in typical Ferrari style, the controversy was somehow spun to their advantage and the new Testarossa became a commercial success, selling in strong numbers while also gracing the bedroom walls of countless car-crazy kids around the globe. Although the Testarossa appeared dramatically different from the outgoing Boxer, it was not a 100% new car; rather, it was a heavily evolved version of its predecessor. The Testarossa still carried a 4.9 liter flat-12 mounted amidships in the chassis. But now the engine wore new alloy four-valve cylinder heads with signature red cam covers, increased compression and new management to bump the power up to 390hp. The chassis was lengthened, widened and tuned to produce excellent ride and handling, in turn making the Testarossa much faster than the Boxer point-to-point. The cabin was roomier and cooler thanks to the side mounted radiators (Boxers had coolant pipes that ran through the cabin). Testarossa owners could also carry a reasonable amount of luggage in the front trunk and behind the seats and stood a chance at arriving at their far-off destination exhilarated, but not exhausted and sweaty. Thanks to the mechanical refinement and the surprising longevity of the styling, the Testarossa enjoyed a 12 year production run over three generations, with just under 10,000 examples built in total. Official status in the US market also helped to secure the Testarossa’s future. The 512BB was never officially imported, but now, anyone in America with a large enough bank balance could visit a Ferrari dealership and drive home with a fully backed and road legal Testarossa. This attractive 1989 model shows just 16,354 miles from new, and presents in very good original condition throughout. The car was sold new on March 6, 1989, by Ferrari of Houston to a customer in Mobile, Alabama, and had clearly led a cherished life. Included with the car is the original owner’s manual and service book, in the original leather pouch, original jack in bag, a clean CarFax, and the car was treated to a major service including belts and complete valve job just under 2000 miles ago. The traditional Rosso Corsa paint is in excellent order, appearing largely original and showing no signs of a significant respray. While the Pininfarina designed body has little in the way of extraneous trim, the rocker panels and the typically vulnerable chin spoiler are straight, clean and show no signs of curb rash. As classic as the Rosso Corsa paint is the beautiful tan Connolly leather interior. The seats are in very good condition, with good leather, and showing minimal wear. Only the outer seat bolsters exhibit light wear, a very common occurrence for Testarossas, though it seems hardly enough to detract from the otherwise excellent cabin. Original carpets and dash are all in very good condition, and the only alteration from standard is the addition of a late-model Sony AM/FM Cassette player with a 10-disc CD changer mounted in the trunk. Under the large engine cover lays the 5-liter flat-twelve which is tidy and honestly presented in original condition. Correct fittings and hardware are evidence of professional and proper maintenance, and it shows no signs of damage or modification. This is a sound, well-sorted and totally usable Testarossa that will certainly please its next owner. Beyond their increasing collectability, these are surprisingly capable grand-touring cars, well suited for long distance adventures, for which this example would make an excellent companion.

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  • Ferrari Testarossa

    €149,000(£126,188.10) €149,000(£126,188.10)

    Caractéristiques Année du Modèle : 1987 1ère mise circulation : 03/06/1987 N° Châssis : ZFFAA17B000070263 Couleur extérieure : Rosso Corsa Couleur intérieure : Cuir noir Kilométrage : 37 730 Km CV DIN : 390cv CV fiscaux : 34 CV Cylindrée : 4942 cm3 Boîte de vitesses : Manuelle Carnet : Oui Peinture d’origine : Non Origine du modèle : France – Charles Pozzi Historique Disposant de seulement 37 730 km d’origine, le véhicule fût livré à son premier propriétaire le 3 Juin 1987 par les établissements Charles Pozzi. Il se trouve dans un état intérieur/extérieur excellent. Sur cette magnifique Testarossa Monodado, les rétroviseurs sont en bas mais les jantes sont encore à écrou central, ce qui en fait un exemplaire collector. Elle est matching numbers, matching color et Classiche Ferrari. Le véhicule possède ses différents manuels d’utilisateurs, son carnet d’entretien Ferrari ainsi que sa trousse à outils d’origine. Garantie du véhicule Le véhicule sera vendu révisé et garanti 3 mois ou 5000kms Prix 149 000 euros Lien de l’annonce http://www.jeanlainvintage.com/vehicule/ferrari-testarossa-3/ Nous trouver et nous contacter Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / 04 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias 07 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans Jean Lain Vintage – Atelier de restauration et d’entretien / 04 50 84 21 80 9 Rue de la Californie 74 100 Ville-la-Grand info@jeanlainvintage.com http://jeanlainvintage.com/ Nos horaires Du Lundi au Samedi, de 8h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 18h30 ************************************************************************************* Specifications Year of manufacture: 03/06/1987 Chassis number: ZFFAA17B000070263 Exterior color: Rosso Corsa Interior color: Black leather Mileage: 37 730 Km HP: 390cv Engine displacement: 4942 cm3 Gearbox: Manual Service book: Yes Original paint: No Delivery country: France – Charles Pozzi History With only 37 730 km from new, this Testarossa was delivered new to its first owner in France on 3rd June 1987 by Charles Pozzi. The vehicle is in excellent condition inside/outside. This is a Monodado Testarossa, mirrors are down but wheels are still with central nut, which is collector. Moreover this car is matching numbers and color and is Classiche Ferrari. The car has its different user manuals, maintenance book and original toolkit. Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Price 149 000 € Ad link http://www.jeanlainvintage.com/vehicule/ferrari-testarossa-3/ Find us and contact us Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / +334 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias +337 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans France Jean Lain Vintage – Workshop and restoration / +334 50 84 21 80 9 Rue de la Californie 74 100 Ville-la-Grand France info@jeanlainvintage.com http://jeanlainvintage.com/ Opening hours From Monday to Saturday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 6.30pm

    • Year: 1987
    • Mileage: 37730 mi
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