The Ferrari Testarossa was launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1984 as a replacement for the 512 BBi which it replaced as the flagship model in the Ferrari range. The body was designed and built by Pininfarina who styled many of Ferrari's most beautiful cars. The Testarossa has a horizontally opposed boxer 12 cylinder engine of almost 5 litres producing 390 BHP at 6300 rpm and 361 lb/ft torque at 4500 rpm. It has dry sump lubrication and Bosch fuel injection. The Maranello Concessionaires Archive have confirmed this stunning low mileage example was manufactured by Ferrari SpA Maranello, Italy in August 1990 and was delivered to the Swiss/German market in October 1990. The Ferrari is still in it's original specification finished in Rosso Corsa FER300/9 with Nero 8500 hide and Nero Carpets.
This first class example has now covered 33,000 miles from new and comes with a full service history with twelve service stamps from Ferrari dealers or specialists plus £18,000 of invoices for maintenance work since being imported into the UK in 1997. The Ferrari was sold new in Germany and was factory fitted with Gkat catalytic converters making the car eligible for the key German and Swiss marke
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