1987 Ferrari Testarossa


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French title
Chassis no. ZFFAA17B000081586
Engine no. F113B 17887

- High-quality conversion
- In an excellent state of conservation, 20,630 km
- Only five examples produced
- No reserve

The Testarossa, mythical automobile from the 1980s, was a dream of men of all generations. This exceptional-looking coupé was never offered in a cabriolet form, with one exception, the one that was specifically produced for Giovanni Agnelli, the owner of Fiat, and sold by Artcurial in February 2016. However, the sculptural lines of the Testarossa lends itself particularly well to being converted into a spider, as this example demonstrates. Performed by the renowned Lorenz & Rankl workshop, this conversion has been carefully engineered with relevant body reinforcements, as well as the creation of a semi-electric convertible top with a fully sorted out kinematics that allows the car to retain its elegance. In Giallo yellow with black leather interior, this spider is in excellent overall condition. It has recently undergone a major mechanical overhaul, including a belts' change. It was previously maintained within the Ferrari dealer network, through the Maserati Trident dealership. Its history is quite clear, as it had just three owners from new. Its low mileage, just over 20,000 km, is linked to its history, as it remained within a collection without much use. It will be delivered with its original booklets, service invoices and exhaust of origin, since it is now equipped with a stainless steel Tubistyle exhaust. This Spider combines both beauty and rarity, and offers the opportunity to drive hair blowing in the wind with the sound of its Ferrari 12-cylinders.