With the exception of the limited-run F50, Enzo and LaFerrari, the Testarossa series cars (including the 512 TR and F512 M) are the last of the 12-cylinder mid-engined Ferraris. This now-legendary Ferrari was launched with an astonishing showcase event at the Lido Club in Paris in October 1984, and it has been an icon of Italian performance and passion ever since. The 390bhp produced by the fantastic flat-12 runs through a five-speed manual gearbox, and can propel the car up to 180mph. This particular Ferrari Testarossa is a truly superb example of an original right-hand-drive car in the highly desirable single-mirror (monospecchio) configuration. Its beautiful single-bolt wheels (monodado) are also present and correct. This is by far the rarest and most desirable specification for the Testarossa, with fewer than 100 single-mirror cars believed to have been delivered to the UK. The Testarossa is finished in the magnificent and original colours of Ferrari racing red (Rosso Corsa) with cream hide, brown dashboard and brown carpets. This stunning Ferrari was completed in Maranello in the summer of 1986 and delivered to the UK in September. It was handed over to the customer at Ferrari
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